Social networking and the use of the Web can be very effective to an organization. If a news organization is not already web-based, incorporating multimedia and sharing abilities for their stories, they are dilatory. We are starting to see more high schools turn to interactive, Web-based learning. Businesses and corporations rely on social media sites like LinkedIn for hiring purposes and Skype for business purposes.
Universities have become organization-heavy. State universities in particular have hundreds of organizations available for students. Involvement seems to be the emphasis of this college generation. With all these organizations afloat and with so many members, how do they function? Connecting and communicating via social media/networking sites seems to be the answer.
Facebook groups/events, mass texts, Tweets, online applications and financing, personal Web sites: without these tools, a college organization cannot flourish. Whatever your organization is, if you want to attract members and make business more manageable, then make it facile for the public (or potential) to obtain information about your organization, to apply for it and to remain involved by being in the know. Utilize what is available out there on the Web. Moving forward digitally is a positive move for everyone because it will allow college students to become for familiar with seeking out information online, which will carry out into the “real world.”