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Are you confused by this whole notion of a "fanlisting?" Hopefully this page will answer any questions you have.

Put simply, fanlistings are exactly what they sound like: a list of fans. Essentially, they are a small website (or part of a larger site), consisting of said list. Fanlistings originated in 2000 as a way to gather together fans of particular subjects, whether movies, characters, objects, or anything else. The Fanlistings Network is a link directory for all of these fanlistings, maintained by a network of volunteers to ensure that all of its linked sites remain active.

There are only three things required from you in order to join a fanlisting: a name, email address, and country.

  • Name: You can provide your real first name or an alias.
  • Email: This is not a mailing list; I will only email you when I add you to the list of fans or if the site moves or closes. If you're concerned about spam, you can opt to hide your email address on the list of fans. You can also refer to my privacy policy for information on how your data is used.
  • Country: The whole goal of a fanlisting is to see where the fans of a subject are, from all over the world. Sharing your country helps show where other fans are in the world.

You do not have to have a website in order to join. However, if you do, it's always appreciated if you use one of the buttons to link back to this site and bring more fans this way.

Still have questions? You can learn more about fanlistings at The Fanlistings Network. Check out the introductory guide for an indepth explanation of what fanlistings are all about.