If you’re one of those (like us), who uses the New Year as a time to reflect on the past and on changes that can help make this year “the best yet,” read on. From us to you, DNA offers our short list of social media resolutions for organizations. Dive in, ponder, and maybe have […]
Greenville, S.C. (November 30, 2011) – DNA Creative Communications (DNA) is now welcoming applications for its 2012 LIVE HERE GIVE HERE (LHGH) program. Through the program, DNA donates its in-house services for one year to a local nonprofit to assist and strengthen the organization’s communications campaign. Moreover, DNA encourages sustainability and provides mentorship by […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) hosted “Power Surge: ‘Pitching Your PR’ Bootcamp” at CU-ICAR last week. The workshop was the final session of DNA’s 2011 “Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit” educational series. More than 50 representatives from nonprofits across the Upstate attended the half-day seminar which focused on building and implementing key elements of […]
PUBLISHED IN TOWN MAGAZINE IN NOVEMBER 2011
In the current climate, it’s easy for businesses to be focused on making profit. But for Debbie Nelson, the foundation of her company is to support the community that has helped her business to thrive. The Center for Development Services, the American Heart Association – Upstate, SC and […]
Debbie Nelson, principal of DNA Creative Communications (DNA) recently received the “Creative Spirit” award on behalf of her team at the 2011 Charitable Giving Awards. The event was hosted by the Community Foundation of Greenville, Town Magazine and the Greenville Journal.
The Creative Spirit award recognized DNA for its continuous support of community organizations, a […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) continues its 2011 “Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit” educational series with its fourth and final session of the year, “Power Surge: ‘Pitching Your PR’ Bootcamp.” The seminar will take place on November 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at CU-ICAR, located at 4 Research Drive in Greenville. Registration is currently […]
The countless updates to Facebook over the past few weeks might make you weary–until you realize the tremendous potential storehouse of knowledge they are providing. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you navigate the new revisions–keep reading to see how beneficial they will be for your nonprofit!
Note: The new Page Insights are initially being […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) hosted “Brand Control: Harnessing the Power of Your Message” at the University Center of Greenville last week. The workshop was the third session of DNA’s 2011 “Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit” educational series. More than 60 representatives from nonprofits across the Upstate attended the seminar which stressed the importance […]
QR codes are spreading like wildfire within marketing and advertising campaigns. They’re fast, easy—and FREE! According to a recent study, in June of this year more than 14 million consumers scanned a QR code using their cell phone. So, what is it about a black and white code that could potentially change the face […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) is pleased to welcome a new addition to their team, Merry Mac Miller of Lakeland, FL. Miller is a recent graduate of Clemson University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Minor in Legal Studies.
She comes to DNA as an intern this fall, intending to expand her communications […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) is pleased to welcome Tara Gasparovic of Vernon, NJ as the newest addition to their team. Gasparovic is currently a Senior at Clemson University, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and a Minor in Psychology. She comes to DNA as an intern this fall, hoping to gain experience in […]
Rob Moser, COO of Immedion LLC, welcomes guests to “Web Fusion: Tracking and Training Your Visitors” The 2011 “Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit” seminar series continued on July 20th with “Web fusion: Tracking and Training Your Visitors.” Attendees mixed, mingled, and learned all about improving their web presence. The seminar was held […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) hosted “Web Fusion: Tracking and Training your Visitors” on July 20th at Immedion LLC. This half day workshop was the second session of DNA’s 2011 “Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit” educational series. Over 45 representatives from nonprofits across South Carolina attended the seminar which stressed the importance of creating […]
Your website is important and is the key to activating your audience. Therefore, you must take a critical look to determine if it actually meets the needs of its visitors. As an extension of your brand, it should visually reflect your organization’s logo and your mission throughout the pages. What is the exact purpose […]
Where is the first place people go to learn about your organization? Here is a hint: it’s not the yellow pages, at least not the paper ones. In this digital age, you can expect that someone interested in your organization will first and foremost go to your website. This is why it is crucial […]
At the first session of the 2011 Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit seminar series, our expert panel discussed how to make events special. Our own Emily Kosa gave some great advice about keeping your branding consistent and infusing your organization’s DNA into every aspect of your event. At our seminar, we played off of the […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) is pleased to announce Michelle Librizzi as the newest addition to their team. Librizzi joins DNA as Accounting Director, taking on various responsibilities within the company including managing financial reports, collecting payments, preparing invoices, overseeing bill payment and distributing payroll.
Librizzi comes to DNA with over 20 years of accounting experience […]