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"Getting social with" is where we get to turn the tables and become journalists ourselves by sitting down with a familiar face to talk all things social! This month, as part of Flahavan’s new 'Not Your Run of The Mill Oats’ campaign, we had the pleasure of working with one of Ireland’s leading health and nutrition influencers, Ursula Walsh. We brought Ursula on a tour of the Flahavan’s Mill in Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford and gave her the #RunOfTheMill for the day.
Here in Walsh:PR we’re all huge fans of her original fitness and lifestyle content and healthy recipes - it’s safe to say she’s not your run of the mill blogger!
Vital stats (social media channels and number of followers on each)?
Instagram: @momfitnessdiary - 46k
Facebook: www.facebook.com/momfitnessdiary - 26k
How do you like your news in the morning? (TV, print, online, radio, social media, other etc.)
Broadsheet or tabloid?
Laptop, smartphone or tablet?
Smartphone and Ipad for sure
Favourite social media channel?
Instagram and facebook
To tweet or not to tweet?
I lost the love for twitter. Too many trolls behind fake accounts
What’s the story... Instagram or Snapchat?
No coffee table is complete without a copy of…. (newspaper, magazine, book, other etc.)
A book for sure specially one with stunning photographs
‘Like’ (what are your favourite things on/about social media eg. influencers, filters, media outlets etc.)
I love the interaction with other people and inspiration to take better pictures
‘Dislike’ (pet peeves on social media)
What I don’t like is the trolls or people that think it's ok to say mean things
What trend do you see taking off in your industry/social media over the next 12 months?
Creative photography. Picture and creativity are increasing all the time
What will your Facebook status read in 5 years' time?
Writer/author of a recipe book (that’s the dream)
And most importantly.... Most used emoji?
Laughing with tears emoji, for sure! Either genuinely laughing or for a sarcastic laugh
Walsh:PR's Tara Mulvany explains why we owe a debt of gratitude to our millennial generation in our latest blog:… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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