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Victoria Malmer

Writer, editor, web producer

Location icon United States

An award-winning journalist, Victoria has more than 30 years experience in news.

Manages breaking news content at Mypalmbeachpost.com, palmbeachpost.com, multiple platforms, iPad, mobile apps, video, digital billboard, mobile alerts, email alerts, newsletters, Twitter and Facebook. Improves SEO. Chooses wire stories and adds related content (videos, photos, maps, polls, charts, timelines) to stories to increase reader engagement.

Proficient in html, Hootsuite, Storify, Pinterest, Feedly, Buffer, Mailchimp, Photoshop, Zite, Seesmic, Tweetdeck, Medley, NewsEngin, Teamster, PhotoShop, Quark, DTI, PageSpeed, SpeedWriter, InDesign, InCopy, SpeedWriter, CyberDuck, Word, etc.

Launched The Post's Twitter and Facebook accounts in 2009. Hosted 10+ Tweetups across Palm Beach County, negotiating with restaurants/venues/vendors, arranging for food, local celebrity visits, raffles, promotions, giveaways and more.

Specialties: Writing, editing, building relationships, news judgement, grammar, avoiding libel, protecting victim privacy, speed and accuracy under deadline pressure, flexibility.

Hungover? Pedialyte claims it's the cure

Did you party this weekend? If you have a hangover, Pedialyte wants you to turn to their drink for relief. The hydration drink, usually targeted at infants and children, now aims to alleviate your nausea, dry mouth and pounding headache.

Quick and healthy lunchbox meals make a comeback

More: Check out new, healthier prepackaged fare for lunchboxes | Add pizazz to your homemade sandwiches As the morning bells ring in classrooms all across Palm Beach County this week, they signal the promise of a new year for schoolchildren, of new books, new lessons, new friends.

Yogurt taste test: Baffled by the dairy case options? We tried...

More yogurt news: Have you noticed? Yogurt is taking over the dairy aisle at your local grocery store. Have you noticed? Yogurt is taking over the dairy aisle at your local grocery store. There's yogurt made from sheep's milk, goat's milk, coconut milk, rice milk and soy milk.

Happy Pi Day: 3.14

Whether you are a lover of math or baked goods, today's your day: Pi Day, or 3.14. >> Read more trending news Or for those who didn't memorize it in middle school, 3.141592653. It's written using the Greek letter π, pronounced "pie." In 2009, the U.S.

Florida man bitten by shark requires 58 stitches

A Florida man was taking photos of a blue shark on April 13 when it apparently tired of his paparazzo ways, turned, and bit his left arm, according to The Miami Herald. Mark Rackley, 48, needed 58 stitches for the gashes, The Herald reports.

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Florida Counselor uses Buddhist faith to guide and teach others

<< Maya Malay leads a Loving Relationship Training session at Changing Times bookstore in West Palm Beach. Malay, who has a master's degree in theology, offers group and individual counseling, meditation classes and workshops through the Palm Beach Dharma Center in Lake Worth - Eliza Gutierrez/Palm Beach Post

St. Lucie lagoon's mystical blue glow a sign of recovery | Video

If you go: A Day Away Kayak Tours offers kayak trips where you can see dolphins, manatees, all kinds of fish, glowing jellyfish, plankton bioluminescence, and (on a clear night) an impressive array of stars. Reservations are required. Phone: (321) 268-2655 The water in the Indian River Lagoon is glowing, but not in a bad way.

EatBeat: Kentucky Derby Day - Biggest Celebration of the Year for Kentuckians

Guest blogger Victoria Malmer recalls growing up in Kentucky, where family traditions surrounding the Kentucky Derby included the Governor's Derby Breakfast, festive hats, ham biscuits, friendly wagering, roses - and of course, mint juleps. By Victoria Malmer Guest blogger for JanNorris.com I wish I were in Kentucky this week.

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