I genuinely thought that the pin had balanced the ability to be entertaining and humorous with the ability to inform and discuss constructively. I take it from your last comment, it can not be both.
To be clear, I am not portraying this as an issue for advertising standards. This is just another angle on how the estate agents profession need to use this contraction in the market to retain the best staff and improve the general public’s expectation from the industry.
Companies in all lines of business use marketing expertise and expect high quality. It should be the same with estate agents - the manner in which they conduct their business should mean that they do the job better than most of us would do it…that is why we would pay them to sell our houses… having an appropriate number of good quality images with an advertised property will increase the chances of it being viewed / sold.
As has been seen from numerous references in the print and digital media, the pin has the ability to educate and influence…if along the way it also entertains, then douze pointe. The thread could have been caveated with ‘no estate agents were hurt in the taking of these photographs’
I defer to your judgement on what is appropriate for the pin