Mike Green

Mike Green

Mike Green is the CEO of KINSHIP digital and co-author of the Chatter Report

  A profile on Alibaba founder Jack Ma, Target’s omnichannel experience  and Twitter as a retailer were the three big conversation charters in the omnichannel social stream this week. But just as interesting were the sources of those shares; the BBC, a Target management conference and a pop music webzine.

  Banking sector tech investments, the customer experience priority, Smart Homes and the difference between e-businesses and d-businesses were amongst the most popular new digital research released around the world in the last week, according to the latest KINSHIP digital/Which-50 analysis of the social chatter. Gartner in particular featured very

The music and entertainment industry is moving deeply into its second round of digital disruption and transformation courtesy of music streaming services like Pandora and Spotify. Meanwhile, too many leaders in other industries haven’t even started preparing for their first encounter with the wolf. And unlike, for instance, media, the

  The humble press release is the liner of paper bins and clogger of digital arteries in news rooms the world over. The very fact that its information is flagged for general release immediately diminishes it in the eyes of the traditional gate keepers of the public’s right to know

  Singer Jack Gilinsky dominated the twit-chat in Australia this week with a simple post designed to build his follower base being retweeted 1369 times. Quite a helpful result when the point of the exercise is to drive fans to iTunes to buy your latest single. Musicians once again occupied

WHICH 50 : The analyst Chatter Report – the most influential digital transformation research shared this week The rise of megacities, the future of work, the primacy of the customer experience and the growing importance of Pinterest and Instagram headline our research analyst Chatter Report this week. Each week, the

BitsharesX, bare cupboards at News Corp, bad weather in Queensland, the Commonwealth budget, and back to the future — these are the themes that dominated the Australian Twittersphere last week. (And Boy Bands, of course.) Each Monday, KINSHIP digital and Which-50 take the pulse of the Australian Twittersphere and reveal

  Vendor posts rarely rate highly on Twitter — it is one of the odd characteristics of a medium that seems tailor-made for brand expertise. However, Adobe broke the drought this week with a tweet offering three tips to enhance customer interactions, pushing it up to the top of this

Strip away the boy band references, and politics quickly rises to the top of the Twitter stream in this week’s Monday Retweet report. (The lack of any major sporting conquests also played a part — a tie in the Bledisloe doesn’t cut it with the Twitterati, apparently.) And in case

One single theme dominated the digital disruption the transformation chatterverse this week: the idea that the CMO should lead digital transformation. Each weekday the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 Chatter Report identifies the most influential conversation-starters of the last week across the global social realm, and once a week we focus on digital