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A fanlisting is just what it sounds like: a list of fans of a particular thing. In media fandom, it's usually a source (book, show, movie), character, pairing, or actor. Fans wishing to be listed enter their name into an online form and are provided an image "button" to place on their website. Members are generally required to give their country as well, so the list can be sorted geographically.
The Fanlistings Network, often referred to as TFL, is a massive directory of fanlistings. Founded in May 2000 , it boasts a list of thousands of fanlistings. Its splinter and now partner site, The Anime Fanlistings Network, specializes in anime- and manga-based fanlistings.
Fanlisting sites sometimes host fanart, fanfic, or essays in addition to just listing fans.
- Eternal Snow, for the anime & manga series Full Moon wo Sagashite, with 3,215 members as of May 2009
- Patronus - the Harry Potter fanlisting for the Harry Potter books, with roughly 24,500 members as of May 2009.
- Prince Charming, for the actor Alexis Denisof, with 1,295 members as of May 2009.
- Zutto, for the pairing Kinomoto Sakura/Li Syaoran from Cardcaptor Sakura and Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, with 2,181 members as of May 2009
- While it isn't specifically called a fanlisting, the community fandom_counts on Livejournal is basically a fanlisting of LJ-based fandom (right down to using more than three dozen languages on its user profile page to show its international nature). 
Less common, but still widespread, are "hatelistings", for people to express their dislike of a certain thing.
- Superficiality, hatelisting for the pairing of Seifer/Quistis from Final Fantasy VIII
- I Chose Not To Read, a hatelisting for slash fanfiction
- The Fanlistings Network
- The Anime Fanlistings Network
- The Hatelistings.org (not updated since 2003, and site is only semi-functional)