The public holiday overload may have slowed down work, but it didn’t slow down the action on Twitter in April. In fact, it fuelled creativity, discussion and made it even easier to keep up with what’s happening in Australia.
Here are the top 10 brands that made it into the April charts for their hit Tweets:
Somehow chicken always makes it into all the top Tweets – just ask @carterjwm. In April, KFC was getting all the love from Aussie Tweeps for throwing shade on “stories”.
KFC in 2017 will now have stories 😉 pic.twitter.com/v10gjdKzMw
— KFC Australia (@KFCAustralia) April 6, 2017
Queenslanders stand together stronger than ever following the devastating effects of #TCDebbie. They even wrote a letter.
— Queensland Australia (@Queensland) April 4, 2017
Telstra proves that Twitter can be both entertaining and resourceful, with insight into how digital the financial services and healthcare sectors are tackling the digital revolution.
— Telstra News (@Telstra_news) April 19, 2017
@TripAdvisor released its annual Best Airline in the World report, and @emirates topped the charts at #1, with a thankful Tweet to celebrate.
— Emirates airline (@emirates) April 10, 2017
Food always gets us talking. In the lead up to Easter, @woolworths experimented with hot cross bun recipes to create a s’more delight! Check out the video for some serious goodness.
You had me at s’mores 😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/Ef0mdq899A
— Woolworths (@woolworths) April 12, 2017
There’s nothing like a great pic on Twitter — and you can see why. Tourism Australia shares a beautiful scene from Port Phillip Bay in Victoria.
— Australia (@Australia) April 16, 2017
MoveInBed has Twitter excited, launching in Sydney to attract movie-goers looking for a night under the stars.
— Universal Pictures (@UniversalPicsAU) April 5, 2017
Hit show Fear The Walking Dead announces another season, and Aussie fans go wild with support.
— FX Australia (@fxtvau) April 18, 2017
Victoria’s Transport and Accident Commission encourages drivers to stay safe during the holiday season.
— TAC (@TACVictoria) April 20, 2017
Disney Studios Australia gets everyone out of their seats and singing. This time they’ve taken us behind the scenes to show how the smash hit #Moana song You’re Welcome was recorded.
— WaltDisneyStudiosAU (@DisneyStudiosAU) April 9, 2017