Top Fans was spun off from Zivity in July 2009.
Top Fans is the ultimate online fan club founded by internet leaders from PayPal and LinkExchange and funded by Blue Run Ventures and Founders Fund. Top Fans harnesses the power of citizen journalism to let fans create the best destination for celebrity news and information. On Top Fans the fans are in charge, so news stays current and up-to-date. Fans not only act as curators and "fan club secretaries," but their efforts are also acknowledged and rewarded through Top Fans points and status.
|Sep 11, 2009||CNet - 10 TechCrunch50 grads: Where are they now? - CNET|
|Jul 27, 2009||Venture Beat - Zivity CEO explains her new, less-profitable strategy|
|Jul 23, 2009||Gigaom - Zivity Spins Off Employees, Funding Into New Company|
|Jul 23, 2009||TechCrunch - Zivity Splits Employees, Execs, Venture Funding Into Two Companies|
|Apr 20, 2009||TechCrunch - TopFans.com Adds Another Way To Worship Celebrities Online|
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