About three months ago, I moved about an hour north. I'm still a member of my old club but am looking to get involved in a more local club, mostly due to proximity (I can no longer reach the old club repeater and meetings are an hour away). I've found two clubs locally with websites. However, one website hasn't been updated since ~2015, and the other appears that it was designed in MS Word back in the 90's and all the links are from 2014-2015 or sooner, many of which are broken. For a hobby that relies so much on experimentation and communication, it just seems odd to me that web presence is far from a priority. Or lack of communication for that matter. I've reached out to emails listed on the club sites and have only gotten a partial response from one, but did not provide the information I needed. If a club isn't looking for new members, that's one thing. However, as some of these organizations claim to be ambassadors for the hobby, they certainly aren't doing that so well. These days I have a hard time doing business with anyone that doesn't have a web presence. Same goes for extremely out of date websites. What say you? Why is web presence such a low priority?