Mike Green

Mike Green

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

High street meets high tech, consumer insights, Indian ecommerce and personalisation dominated the global omnichannel conversation in social channels this week, according to our latest Chatter Report. 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

Here is everything you need to understand about Twitter and engagement in Australia: this week eight of the top ten retweets involved boy bands or boy singers — mostly One Direction or Justin Bieber or Troye Sivan. (And that’s after we excluded all things #5SOS to see what would happen).

Forrester and Gartner both released digital themed research this week with data privacy, digital money, mobility and business analytics all featuring as conversation starters in this week’s research analyst Chatter Report Each week, the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 analyst Chatter Report finds the social shares that originate from research and analysis outfits

Altimeter’s insights, the importance of people, Luxury’s digital embrace and how large companies are engaging with transformation dominate this week’s digital transformation Chatter Report. Each weekday the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 Chatter Report identifies the most influential conversation starters of the last week around the global social realm, and once a week

  The impact of omnichannel on supply chains, Amazon’s $2B Indian expansion and Forrester’s Wave research dominated the global omnichannel chatter this week as the tempo and the volume lifted on the conversation. Each weekday the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 Chatter Report identifies the most influential conversation starters of the last week

Inevitable Boy Band love-ins aside, this week’s KINSHIP digital/Which-50 Retweet Report delivers an eclectic mix of interests. It’s everything from criticism of a new Qantas password UX, to debates over Work for the Dole and Indigenous politics, culminating in Tim Cahill apparently stirring somebody about the English Premier League. Each

  The trick with social media is that it is a great leveler. Many of the top social shares we discover in the Chatter Report come from very predictable sources — tech publications or management consultants. But not always. This week’s top ecommerce social share was a link through to

  Lessons for bankers, platform proliferation, real estate propaganda and an new power player in online retail dominated the conversation this week, in our latest Omni-channel Chatter report. Each weekday the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 Chatter Report identifies the most influential conversation starters of the last week across the global social realm,

Twitter is defined by the big moment — and by celebrity — and this week’s most popular retweet combined both, when Australian hockey player Jayde Taylor’s post from the Commonwealth Games was conveniently photobombed by Queen Elizabeth. Seriously. you can’t take her anywhere. Each Monday KINSHIP digital and Which-50 take

WHICH 50 : The Chatter Report: a global digital consumer survey, the most socially engaged companies, big data and BYOD Accenture’s global digital consumer survey, Forrester’s views on BYOD and big data, a McKinsey report into how governments can help startups, and a LinkedIn study into socially engaged companies were