The Brands That Won Twitter In June

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June was chock-a-block full of big calendar moments.

From local tourism to international conferences and Reconciliation Week, brands did a stellar job of engaging with Twitter users across Australia.

Here are the top 10 brands that dominated Twitter in the month of June.

@Apple

On the day of @Apple’s annual conference, the tech giant used Twitter’s handy event reminder feature to keep fans in the loop

@HyundaiAus

Hyundai cheekily jumped on a perfectly timed billboard ad during the Portugal v Spain World Cup match to engage with football fans.  

@Queensland

@Queensland tempted Twitter users with some stunning pictures of Townsville.

@VisaAU

Visa announced its partnership with one of the greatest footballers of all time – Zlatan Ibrahimovic!

@WeFightForFair

@WeFightForFair spread awareness on National Reconciliation Week, encouraging Australians to learn more about local indigenous culture and history.

@realestate_au

@realestate_au shared an island with its followers – one that costs significantly less avocados on toast than a standard one-bedroom apartment in Sydney.

@Telstra

@Telstra hooked up its rock’n’roll loving customers with a pre-sale link to Bon Jovi’s Australian tour.

@XboxAustralia

One of the world’s biggest console developers @XboxAustralia, revealed the installment to its iconic Halo franchise.

@7AFL

Richmond’s Alex Rance spoke out against racism and supported Adelaide Crows playmaker Eddie Betts in his fight to end racial intolerance.

@redcrossbloodau

The @redcrossbloodau celebrated World Blood Donor Day with a thanks to blood donors for their life giving donations.

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