Liar, Liar, Pants on Fyre: Instagram or Insta-scam?

This weekend, along with millions of others around the world, I watched a documentary on Netflix. It had appeared on my Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat feeds continuously over the past three…

Three Things My PR Degree Didn’t Teach Me

I’m now almost at the end of my PR degree at Liverpool John Moores University. Where on earth has that time gone? These may have been the quickest four years of…

Stop the Press! Is the End in Sight for Print Publications?

Newspapers are widely known as ‘yesterday’s news’ and in a generation of having the news at our fingertips 24/7, why would we want to read about what happened yesterday? Millennials live…

So You Want to Date A PR Girl?

Two weeks ago, a few news outlets covered a story regarding dating ‘PR girls’ and research conducted by drink brand, Stella Artois. I’m more of a Coors Light girl myself, but…

#FridayFive: Five PR Blogs You Should Read

With it being Reading Week this week at Liverpool John Moores, I thought I’d dedicate this Friday Five post to PR blogs that I love to read, and would recommend for…

Is Blogging Worth the Time Invested?

Last Tuesday, I took some videos of myself talking to my camera about the current situation I was in. I had seen fitness Influencer Sinead Hegarty look back at old videos…

A Recap of the #AskOrlagh Twitter Chat

In case you missed the Twitter Q&A with me last Tuesday, I thought I’d put some of the main questions here along with my answers plus a little more detail. No…

Influencer or Fraud? Should We Name and Shame Influencers Who Buy …

There has been a lot of talk this week surrounding Influencers and the buying of followers, likes and comments. It’s been a tricky subject for a while, with a lot of…

#BloggersWanted: Lazy or Tactful?

I have this niggling annoyance with the #BloggersWanted hashtag on Twitter. I see PRs and Marketers sending out tweets asking for bloggers to get in contact for possible collaborations, review products…