@susanwayne is absolutely right about google. However that there are many platforms where OUR can be mentioned and links shared.
OurUnraveled has a page on Facebook
And I “assume” that once a new name has been finalized - that identity will also have a page
so if you have a FB account, be sure to like & follow and then perhaps like and comment posts to push itup in the FB rating system
Reactions (more than just like) also help with posts and comments.
for example, Facebook has 3 “push back” groups
Walk Away from Ravelry
UnRaveled: A group for exiled Ravelry knitters
Ravelry is Unraveling
Several of us have “talked up” OUR in GAB which is both a free speech and a bit of the wild west of early internet types
Still - it has a crafts group and one or more of can usually manage a mention at least once a week or so.
Do some searches on alternative search engines, I use duckduckgo.com
guess I will have to do some test searches over there as well.
If you have a personal blog, mention OUR there - perhaps about a post that helped you, or about finding a home truly dedicated to Fiber -
Or, if you have also set up a project blog in OUR - mention that in your “off site” blog.
Let friends and family know you have found a new home for your fiber interests and tell them out to join.
If you happen to also be a member of another platform like USA.life - we have a small OUR page/group there too - like follow or whatever to show your interest and support.
If you are already in any of these groups, you can mention OUR or even just react when it is mentioned by others.
And don’t get discouraged - OUR is already about a year or more ahead of where Rav was several years in
- some of what is happening here is already well ahead.
Neither Rome or Ravelry were built in a day or a even a year, but DAMN _ Mr/Mrs @Admin have done more than is even humanly reasonable in less than 2 months.
Do what you can, and every little bit will help. It is about a positive future with the negative behind us as a “life lesson learned”
But the important thing is for us all to get back to
Taking the time to
Enjoy The Making