Modlife

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Modlife
Web address www.modlife.com
Type of site social network, live broadcast, music network, content hosting
Registration Optional
Available in English
Owner Tom DeLonge
Launched November 2007 (beta)
June 2008 (full launch)
Alexa rank negative increase 2,944,259 (April 2014)[1]
Current status Active

Modlife is a website that connects fans with bands, artists and personalities using live video broadcasts, text messaging, video blogs, mobile updating and Twitter feeds.[2] Modlife's goal is to reward loyal fans and to create a new revenue stream for content creators through a high level of interactivity between celebrities and fans.[3] Modlife’s business model is based on a community of fans who create profiles, leave comments, and engage in live text chats with each other and with their favorite celebrities.

User sites[edit]

In November 2008 the company launched "usersites" which allow registered users to create their own microsites within Modlife. Each user can design their own page, post blogs, photos and videos, add friends, and communicate with other fans. Usersites also have a "TopTen" section where they add their favorite pieces of content from anywhere on Modlife and recommending videos, blogs, photos and other site content to friends.

Celebrity roster[edit]

Rumored Pages[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Modlife.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2014-04-01. 
  2. ^ "Timmy Curran Launches Interactive Website on Modlife.com to Connect with Music and Surfing Fans" (Press release). Modlife. 2008-06-05. Retrieved 2008-11-14. 
  3. ^ Modlife, Inc, "Modlife: Create, Connect, Control, Monetize." Modlife Informational Handout. August, 2008.