FanCentro Crushes 4,000-Influencer Milestone in Wake of Patreon Fiasco

FanCentro Crushes 4,000-Influencer Milestone in Wake of Patreon Fiasco
Rhett Pardon

NEW YORK — FanCentro has crushed the 4,000-influencer mark.

It was just a month ago that the platform reached its 2,000th and then its 3,000th new model, and now FanCentro said it attributes the speed and acceleration of its growth on the heels of a recent open letter CEO Stan Fiskin published about Patreon’s decision to turn its back on adult performers.

“That letter really came from the heart,” Fiskin said. “It wasn’t a publicity ploy, but in hindsight it definitely had that kind of an impact as well. We have seen rampant growth as models shift their online properties away from Patreon to the platform and we are very thankful for their trust in what we do.

“FanCentro will always remain adult-friendly and that level of reliability is really resonating heavily with many of the world’s most popular YouTube casters, Snapchat brands and social media darlings.”

FanCentro said it has become a major player in the social media market in the past year by providing models, performers and influencers with what they all want — honesty, powerful technical tools, immediate support and an openness to whatever they want to legally and consensually market online.

“To learn more, and get your own account active before FanCentro has a million other influencers, be sure to sign up quickly at today,” the company said.