Dixons marketing FAIL, no longer the last place you want to go
It seems the website elves at DSGi have been busy through the night - not making new shoes, but removing the strapline from their website that made no sense whatsoever without the context of their previous adverts. Yesterday:
Dixons.co.uk is most likely still the last place you want to go, but at least the site is no longer reinforcing your perception of how dreadful it'll be. It's also fair to say that DSGi management probably weren't sold on the idea of using a strapline without the original adverts, given how criticism from Twitter users and Bitterwallet has resulted in its removal.
"Dixons.co.uk has a new tongue in cheek advertising campaign which ran in the south east aimed at drawing attention to the fact that Dixons is now an online pure play brand offering excellent value for money and no longer on the high street.
"As part of that campaign the ad was featured on the home page, but the ad was taken off yesterday and without it the strapline lost its context. The strapline has now been removed from the site."
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