The Brands That Won On Twitter In January

The Brands That Won On Twitter In January
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New year, new you? As we get started on 2018, there’s already a lot to celebrate on Twitter.

Fancy a new playlist? Apple Music had you covered. Want to take your soccer fandom to another level? EA Sports had the hook up for football lovers. Looking to travel to new places? Air New Zealand showed us how to in style. The future looks bright for 2018!

@AppleMusic

Do you fancy yourself a carpool karaoke rockstar? Take Apple Music ’s new playlist for a spin. Do I hear #roadtrip?

@AusAntarctic

Pengu, is that you? A curious little sea sui popped out to say a quick hey to The Australian Antarctic Division.

@EASPORTSFIFAANZ

EA Sports celebrated FIFA 18’s team of the year in style, allowing fans to compete for a signed Manchester United team jersey.

@tabcomau

Ben Simmons was on the way to make history as the first Aussie NBA All-Star. TAB asked Twitter users to show their support for Simmons via retweets.

@FlyAirNZ

You might be disappointed when your flight lands, with these binge-worthy crowd favourites now streaming on Air New Zealand.

@Melbourne

Melbourne served us a montage of picturesque tourism hotspots around Victoria, with help from a familiar face.

@beyondblue

Beyondblue’s education department received extended funding for its mental health in children initiative. MP Greg Hunt was in full support of this two-year funded program.

@Westpac

Westpac brings lifesaving into the future with its new drone. What a great name too!

@ANZ_AU

ANZ put out a shout for support around its ambassador and everyone’s new favourite Aussie battler, “Dasha”.

@oakley

Not sure what Mikaela Shiffrin’s New Year’s resolutions might be, but it’s certainly not the usual “go to the gym more”, as this motivational video from Oakley shows us just how hard she’s working for the Winter Olympics already.

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