March was madness on Twitter. The footy season kicked off, Nintendo launched its Switch console and much, much more.
Brands took to Twitter to share the love and engage with audiences around what’s happening. Here are the Aussie brands that topped the Twitter charts this March:
Nintendo launched its Switch console in Australia and New Zealand, and the local Twittersphere shared the love.
— Nintendo AU NZ (@NintendoAUNZ) March 2, 2017
Visit Victoria shares scenic images of Melbourne that light up Twitter. There’s nothing like a warm sunset to showcase the beauty of a city.
The beautiful Flinders Street and iconic Flinder Street Station (photo via FB/lensible) pic.twitter.com/7tJIjycbc6
— Melbourne, Australia (@Melbourne) January 29, 2017
Cute and cuddly Wattle the wombat roams around Australia Zoo, helping the keepers with their daily duties.
— Queensland Australia (@Queensland) February 13, 2017
Telstra added 50,000 square kilometers of coverage in rural Australia, helping connect Australians wherever they’re based.
— Telstra (@Telstra) March 16, 2017
Air New Zealand shares a shameless selfie of its shiny Dreamliner getting prepped to hit the skies.
— Air New Zealand (@FlyAirNZ) January 12, 2017
The Tour Down Under captures a near miss at this year’s event. Nail biting!
— Tour Down Under (@tourdownunder) January 20, 2017
Sportsbet Australia tried to catch out copy cats, striking debate on Twitter with its market listings.
Well, they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery… pic.twitter.com/MwKIOi7Pxl
— Sportsbet.com.au (@sportsbetcomau) March 22, 2017
The game heats up on Twitter, with OptusvSport capturing @LFC’s score against @BurnleyOfficial to take the lead.
It wasn’t pretty but they got the job done.
— Optus Sport (@OptusSport) March 13, 2017
As a storm lurks in Sydney, Tourism Sydney shares a snap which shows the glorious sky in different shades.
— Sydney.com (@sydney_sider) March 23, 2017
Footy season has kicked off in Australia! William Hill Australia encourages Twitter to board the train to go home, kick back and watch the game.
— William Hill Aus (@WillHillAus) March 23, 2017