FanDomination.Net

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Story totals from random fandoms are from FanWorks.Org, FicWad, SkyHawke, AdultFanFiction.Net, FanDomination.Net, MediaMiner.Org, FanFiction.Net and FanLib as of June 13, 2007.
Results of an April 2005 survey on FanDomination.Net regarding where members from from: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Germany, France, New Zealand.
Compete.Com: Slash City, JournalFen, God Awful Fan Fic, FanDomination.Net, FicWad.
Chart comparing references on BlogPulse's Trend Tracker to FanDomination.Net, FanWorks.Org and FicWad.
BlogPulse Trend Tracker chart featuring RockFic and FanDomination.Net references.
Daily Reach for FicWad, RockFic, FanWorks.Org, FanDomination.Net.
Number of stories posted to FanDomination.Net top level categories in the latter half of 2006.
Information from Google's Webmasters Tools - Query Stats for FanHistory.Com as of December 29, 2006.
FanHistory.Com as of April 14, 2007.
FanHistory.Com as of May 15, 2007.
FanLib, FanWorks.Org, FicWad, AdultFanFiction.Net, FanDomination.Net info from Compete.Com.
FanLib, FanWorks.Org, FicWad, AdultFanFiction.Net, FanDomination.Net info from Compete.Com.
FanLib, FanWorks.Org, FicWad, AdultFanFiction.Net, FanDomination.Net info from Compete.Com.
FanLib, FanWorks.Org, FicWad, AdultFanFiction.Net, FanDomination.Net info from Compete.Com.
FanLib, FanWorks.Org, FicWad, AdultFanFiction.Net, FanDomination.Net info from Compete.Com.
FanLib, FanWorks.Org, FicWad, AdultFanFiction.Net, FanDomination.Net info from Compete.Com.


Contents

Introduction

FanDomination.Net was founded by Laura and Jim Partin in August of 2002. In August of 2005, Jim took over sole control of the site.

The Archivists

Michela Ecks founded the site. Early on, Jimmy Partin was brought on as a programmer. Hosting issues became an issue and the site was transfered to a host that was a friend of Jim's. Jimmy Partin then preceded to lock out Michela Ecks all administrative access to the site, to ftp access the site, with held passwords and made it impossible for Michela Ecks to do any maintenance on the site. Jimmy Partin became the archivist for the site through what amounts to the theft.

Archive Policies

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Archive History

FanDomination.Net recieved a cease and desist letter on March 13, 2003 for materials pertaining to Andy Pettite, a baseball player. The letter demanded that libelous materials be removed. The site complied with this request.

In April 2006, Laura officially quit the site and her name was finally stripped from the site because she could not complete admin tasks, was not allowed to access the server and was being told conflicting stories regarding the money situation.

In July 2009, Jimmy Partin closed the site down.

Archive Funding

The site was initially paid for by Laura and Jim out of pocket, to the tune over $150 a month. She paid all the costs until around mid-2005. At that point, Jim Partin added adverts to the site. The site originally used GoogleAds but they were accused of using false clicks and their account was suspended. The site later switched to advertisements sponsored by Yahoo. These ads covered part of the costs. As of May 2007, Jim Partin claims the site is still several months behind in payment.

Archive Size

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