Even Flow collective
Be a bad fanlisting member
- Use your imagination when filling out the name field. A name without numbers, special characters or all caps isn't creative at all.
- List yahoo or google as your site. It's fun.
- Direct link all the codes. It's much easier that way. If the owners warn you about it, ignore them.
- Never update your info. Who cares about that?
- Demand special code sizes (45x67 px, for example), but refuse to make them yourself. It's the owner's responsability.
- Do not link back.
- Put the code up, but don't link back.
- Hide the code on random places on your website so the owner must spend at least 30 minutes on your site searching for it.
- Make your own code for the subject, but don't donate it to the fanlisting.
- Abuse the owner's email. Send them unrelated messages or plain ol' spam.
- Join twice with different email address. After all, you like two movie characters as your favourites and you want a separate info for each of them.
- If owners inform you about the link change, ignore them.
- If owner ask members to adopt a fanlisting, apply just for the sake of it.
- Never reply to emails, except for automatic ones.
- And the most important one: send fan messages in the comments field when joining. If it's a fanlisting for a celebrity, totally ignore the fact that owner isn't in any way affiliated with them. Write a very personal message addressing to the celebrity in question ("I love you soooooooooo much, I have all your movies, can you send me an autograph? You are the best actor in the world, please please please write me back!")
And what about the good fanlisting members?
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