The founders of VeganVsVegatarian.info are celebrating the official grand opening of their website, Vegan vs Vegetarian. Looking to be one of the most popular spots on the web for insight on vegan lifestyles, vegetarian lifestyles, and associated culture, “Vegan vs Vegetarian” is excited to communicate with individuals in those respective communities and is now seeking guest posts on a wide range of topics.
“We are so very happy to make public Vegan vs Vegetarian to the global community, consisting of visitors who are involved in learning more about these healthy lifestyles,” said a company spokesman.
“With more and more of the population committing to some adaptation of an animal-free way of life, we presume the sky is the limit when it comes to content and user engrossment.” 3% of the United States’ public label themselves as vegan as of press time. The blog plans to dichotomize the articles 50-50 between articles applied particularly to veganism and articles also generally connected to just avoiding meat.
“Vegan vs Vegetarian” plans to focus on the topics of health and the lifestyle, broadening into other niche topics of veganism and vegetarianism in time.
Web 2.0 blogging platforms for users to contribute to the website are also proposed, as well as forums for users to connect. “We realize our fans will be the answer to success to engage them in a way that will give them a feeling of community on our blog,” added the site’s Director of Editorial Content. “In the future, we will weigh out product reviews if they serve our fans’ advantage but we don’t want to come across as merchandising or pandering to an affiliate program – we want to provide content which provides real value and informal language information of the struggles of a Vegan or Vegetarian style of living.”
Even world issues will be included on this broad-ranging site, distinctively the effect on global warming by first-world nations which consume a massive amount of meat. “Veganism and Vegetarianism are not merely concepts that are pertinent to an individual’s ecosystems; we desire to confront how societies changing to these lifestyles can diminish their exposure of chronic illness and decrease the global carbon footprint. Fossil Fuels are of limited availability and the quantity of energy that it takes to create a gram of meat is a considerable hindrance on our country’s energy quotas,” declares one of the content writers.
The website has been publishing information the last couple months but is just now directly advertising to the target market. The publishers anticipate to have over 50 articles written sometime in the first half of 2012. They are also officially promoting guest posts for selected content. Attracted writers should be in touch with the editors through the contact form established on the website.