July was a big month full of viral web moments.
France weren’t the only winners last month as brands fought to be the biggest on Twitter in particular, gaming giants Bethesda and Xbox.
With the FIFA World Cup wrapping up, other sports came to the forefront, with the retirements of AFL great Cyril Rioli and Supercars veteran Craig Lowndes celebrated on Twitter.
Here are the top 10 brands that dominated Twitter in the month of July.
The AFL world revelled in Cyril Rioli’s only retirement interview with his biggest fan, Bruce McAvaney.
Fitting that in his only interview Cyril chats with his favourite commentator Bruce McAvaney. pic.twitter.com/dvAvVU61h7
— 7AFL (@7AFL) July 4, 2018
ANZ Bank customers were offered a special deal this month, giving friends the chance to visit Taronga Zoo and Western Plains Zoo for free.
To celebrate ANZ Zoo Month ANZ customers can bring a friend for free to @TarongaZoo & Taronga Western Plains Zoo. Simply show your valid ANZ card. T&Cs apply https://t.co/xp1DEEhV4K pic.twitter.com/tkc70KlMcK
— ANZ Australia (@ANZ_AU) July 9, 2018
@Bethesda celebrated Fourth of July, featuring characters from its popular Fallout games.
— Bethesda (@bethesda) July 4, 2018
@seekjobs entered the overqualified candidate debate, sharing tips with potential employers on what to look for in a candidate.
Overqualified candidates can make hirers uneasy or apprehensive, but they could be the right person. https://t.co/vlzuVWJCbd
— SEEK (@seekjobs) July 9, 2018
@Apple showcased the work of legally blind photographer, Bruce Hall.
As a photographer who is legally blind, Bruce Hall is getting recognition for his work. #BehindTheMac. Explore Bruce’s story.
— Apple (@Apple) July 2, 2018
@FordAustralia honoured Veteran Supercars racer @craiglowndes888 following his announcement to retire this month.
— Ford Australia (@FordAustralia) July 6, 2018
Australian music fans were treated to a Q&A with music phenom @TroyeSivan on @sunriseon7.
Australian music superstar @TroyeSivan joins Sunrise tomorrow! ??????
— Sunrise (@sunriseon7) July 8, 2018
It was announced that @SachaBaronCohen’s controversial new series Who is America? is now streaming on @StanAustralia.
— Stan. (@StanAustralia) July 15, 2018
Luxury car brand @JaguarAUS released its new electric Jaguar I‑PACE.
— Jaguar Australia (@JaguarAUS) July 6, 2018
For the more stylish gamers out there, @XboxAustralia released its new Sport White controller.
Squeaky clean and ready to crush the competition.
— Xbox Australia (@XboxAustralia) July 11, 2018
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