Since we've added member profiles to the Opus Affair site, I've had several people ask me why we don't have profiles for organizations. Is that an oversight or a deliberate decision? It's the latter: we made a deliberate decision to move organizations to the back-burner.
- Make sure we know about your events. If we don't already have the event on our calendar, then you can suggest the event to us. (You can read more about the kinds of events we're looking for here.)
- Let us know you're involved in the event. Our calendar keeps track of how many members are involved in an event and uses that info to make recommendations to other members.
- Share the event listing with everyone else who is involved in the event, so they can mark themselves as involved, too. The more members that are involved in the event, the more popular it will be on our calendar. (Here's how that works.)
- Last, but probably most important: be active in the community, offline and online. Many Opus Affair members make decisions about what events they attend based on who they know that's involved. If they recognize your face and name from our monthly events or from your profile page, then that's an important way for them to feel connected to the event.