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The Fact Site is the number one source for the most interesting and random facts. Every week we provide fun facts about animals, celebrities, food, films, games, health, space & more. You will learn something about everything!

Our Mission

We aim to be the best source of fun facts on the internet, as well as the most reliable site to find facts. At The Fact Site, we confirm our content via multiple sources to aim for the most accurate information we can find. We also regularly check older facts and update them when newer information is available.

We hand-pick the most interesting facts about each topic covered on The Fact Site. Our mission is to be as useful as Wikipedia, but in a more fun and easy to read way.

Details

  • Name: The Fact Site

  • Founded: December 2009

  • Founder: Luke Ward
  • Headquaters: Sheffield, UK

  • Parent Company: The Fact Network

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Our History

The Fact Site started back in 2009, originally as Funky-Facts. This was our first-born and has been the backbone behind The Fact Network.

In 2012, we switched from Google’s Blogger platform to WordPress, and changed our name to The Fact Site. This was our first major step in the right direction. With this change came a clearer focus, a better brand name and a superior website.

In 2013, we searched for freelance writers who had an interest in facts, and could provide a fresh feel to the content provided at The Fact Site. Since then, we’ve had over 15 freelance writers provide us with facts about subjects they’re interested in.

In 2015, we re-branded The Fact Site with a new color scheme, a new logo and new expansion, The Fact Shop.

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  • The Origin of the Word “Boycott”
    by Jack Leith-De Graaf on May 24, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    When you think about it, “boycott” is a strange word. How does the word relate to the action of not attending or doing something? Of isolating or ignoring something? Where did the word “boycott” come from? Well, let's go back to 1880 to find out.

  • What Is The World’s Most Expensive Fruit?
    by Michelle Gabriel on May 21, 2019 at 3:05 pm

    Fruit is meant to be a good part of a balanced diet, so even if you do end up spending a few bucks more on your favorite fruit, at least it’s for a worthy cause. But what if I told you there was a fruit worth thousands of dollars?

  • 7 Flaws of the Human Body
    by Luke Ward on May 17, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    Don’t get me wrong, the human body is amazing. Endlessly, staggeringly, wonderfully amazing. It has astounding intricate systems, perfectly adapted organs and genius functional design. Or… maybe not so genius. Here’s the deal – evolution favors functionality, not perfection. Check out these seven times this couldn't be more evident.

  • The Pirate Who Raided A Ship For Their Hats
    by Jack Leith-De Graaf on May 13, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    As the golden age of pirating drew to a close in the early – mid 1700's, one particular pirate, the infamous Benjamin Hornigold, committed one of the pirate age’s most infamous and bizarre raids. Find out what he raided and why in this amusing but informative article!

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