You might be asking why I have a section of resources for vegan bloggers. Fair question.
It might seem weird to see things like cameras and hosting plans on a vegan blog. These tools help you set up and run your very own vegan blog.
That’s important because after living a vegan life, talking about veganism and sharing information is the next most important thing you can do as an advocate.
People have been told their entire lives that animals are just things. It’s so ingrained that people rarely think of the animals in any other way. Animal agribusiness has been busily misdirecting our attention so that we’ll forget that animals are individuals with interests of their own.
Here’s the scary part, it worked.
Most people, should you ask them, don’t want to hurt animals.
Yet they don’t realize that a non-vegan lifestyle does exactly that. Exposing people to veganism provides them the opportunity to make choices that are more aligned with their own beliefs.
With that in mind, I’ve created a series called Blogging as Activism, where I teach you how to create, design, and promote your very own vegan blog.
Starting a vegan blog is a great way to combine your love of animals and passion for vegan activism.
Let me help you start a blog that matters today.
Read the full Blogging as Activism series →