The Brands That Won On Twitter In 2017

The Brands That Won On Twitter In 2017
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From the SSM debate, to new phones and gaming consoles, and mac and cheese, in 2017 brands found new, innovative and engaging ways to reach their fans on Twitter.

@Apple

Apple unleashed the future with the new iPhoneX, and gave us a few reasons why we needed it in our lives (not that we needed any convincing).

@Telstra_news

Telstra give us some behind-the-scenes insight into its support of women’s tennis.

@sportsbetcomau

Dane Swan jokingly advised on Sportsbet to mate Dusty Martin who will take the Brownlow Medal home if he avoids a suspension.

@Optus

When your partner is a grammar pedant.

@XBoxAustralia

Xbox pumped up the launch of its eagerly awaited new console.

@myer

Myer gave Australia the opportunity to witness the one, the only Katy Perry in the flesh.

@7AFL

No one can resist rocking out along to this anthemic Killers song, especially not Jack Riewoldt.

@woolworths

When a steaming, crunchy golden mac and cheese puff ball GIF appeared on our Twitter feed, Aussies hit ‘like’ so hard their keyboards cracked.

@FlyAirNZ

Air New Zealand gives its Twitter followers what they want – anything to do with The Lord of the Rings. Add in a cute bird and you’ve got an immediate recipe for success.

@Melbourne

Melbourne takes the opportunity to lord its incredible run of accolades over the rest of the world’s cities.

 

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