Meet the Presenters: Clarissa Williams
Clarissa Williams will be on stage to provide digital training sessions at the Community Papers of Florida conference September 28-29.

Williams' career as a media executive spans more than 25 years. As chief operating officer of American Hometown Publishing (AHP), Clarissa works with its newspapers on strategy and operations and heads the digital advertising structure and operations.

She developed and launched HDS, Hometown Digital Solutions, AHP's complete digital and marketing agency.

Previously, she was president and publisher of SJR Media Group (Illinois), group publisher of GateHouse Media Delaware, and she also worked in a variety of leadership positions with Halifax Media Group (Florida), Landmark Community Newspapers Inc., CNHI and American Publishing.

Williams has spoken at national newspaper conventions and has served on a variety of state press association boards, including the Community Papers of Florida. She's also been involved in community organizations like Habitat for Humanity, women's groups and churches.

She has pioneered numerous digital changes in the media landscape. She is known for helping thousands of businesses with solid growth strategies, assisting them in achieving a dominant place in their marketplace. Her audience loves her authentic examples, as she recalls real-life memories and experiences that inspire innovation and bright ideas for today's business owner. She is committed to being a steward of entrepreneurism, thinking and sharing.

HDS offers programmatic advertising (SEO, Search Display-SEM, Geo Fencing, IP Targeting, Video, Search, Email Marketing), social media profile creation and management, presence building / list services, reputation management, website design, branding, logo creation, device ID targeting and many more options.


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