NACA SOCIAL MEDIA
NACA Forum: http://forums.naca.com
The NACA Forum is a major resource to many NACA members. While your counselor is always your main point of contact with NACA, the Forum provides a means of getting answers to general questions about NACA and its programs, as well as a place to meet and share information with other NACA members. The Forum is moderated by the NACA Online Operations department and is a community of NACA members helping and guiding each other through both the NACA Purchase and Home Save Programs.
Our YouTube channel features testimonies from our members across the country talking about their successful journeys to home ownership through the NACA Purchase Program plus video clips of NACA’s advocacy efforts and events throughout our nearly thirty-year history.
The official NACA Facebook page provides news and information about activities within NACA and useful information for homeowners and home buyers in general. News stories, workshops, special events and NACA success stories can all be found here. Plus the NACA Facebook page can also be used as an alternative method of communicating with NACA if needed.
NACA frequently “tweets” news and information to its members and followers using the 140 character medium, which is a quick way to stay on top of NACA news and events.
Google Plus: http://plus.google.com/+nacacom
The growing Google Plus community also has access to much of the same news and information provided through Facebook and Twitter, but is readily accessible as an alternative to the other social media, especially for those who are partial to the Google Chrome format.
NACA’s LinkedIn page shares news and other relevant information with NACA members and is frequently used to share unique or special job postings at NACA in addition to the jobs page on the NACA website.
Our Pinterest site includes three boards, one each for NACA Events, which tracks NACA events around the country, and NACA Event Locations, which shares the specific location of those events.
Instagram is the latest addition to NACA’s social media channels, providing another means of staying in touch with NACA’s efforts, especially for Millennials and others who enjoy the visual image-oriented medium.