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What do vegans eat? It is a common misunderstanding that vegans and vegetarians have the same diets and lifestyles. In fact, this is not quite true. Veganism is a type of vegetarianism; the difference is that vegans do not eat any animal-derived products, including meat, eggs, milk, and other dairies. They often do not eat foods that are processed in animal products, such as some wines and white sugar. Most also do not use furs, leather, or any product tested on animals. Honey can often fit into this diet, though there can be debate. So, now that we know what vegans do not eat, let’s talk about what they do. Vegan diets tend to be heavy in grains, vegetables, legumes, beans, and fruits. It is easy to find common foods that are available in vegan form: ice cream, cheese, and even hot dogs. There are a variety of reasons why people chose to turn to a vegan lifestyle, and making the switch doesn’t have to be hard. Some people chose to change right away, while others will try to eat vegetarian first, and then cut out the diary and eggs. There is no wrong or right way, but it helps to do some research and see how other people have made the switch. Understanding the lifestyle can help you communicate and socialize with vegans, and may even make you want to make the switch. The next article is about Advertising.
With sustained growth of the Indian economy during the last two decades, there has been a constantly increasing yearning for a better lifestyle among Indian people. This yearning has been catalyzing consumerist desires. Advertising industry has been both a catalyst and beneficiary of these desires as the industry has been on a continuous growth trajectory with only temporary slowdowns at times
According to IMARC Group, one of the world's leading research and advisory firms, with the Indian economy on a continuous growth path for many more years to come, prospects of the advertising industry are bright. Although the industry is expected to maintain its current growth momentum, the pace of growth of various segments of the industry will differ significantly from one another. We expect growth rates in newer segments like mobile or internet advertising to be substantially higher as compared to traditional segments like print or electronic media. IMARC's new report entitled "Indian Advertising Market Report & Forecast: 2012-2016" provides an analytical and statistical insight into the Indian advertising industry along with its various segments and sub-segments. The study that has been undertaken using both desk-based and qualitative primary research has analyzed various aspects and provides a comprehensive understanding of the Indian advertising market. The report can serve as an excellent guide for investors, researchers, consultants, marketing strategists, media planners, advertisers, radio and television broadcasters and all those who are planning to foray into the Indian advertising market in some form or the other.
NEW YORK, March 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: U.S. Mobile Advertising Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p01054117/US-Mobile-Advertising-Market.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Advertising Mobile advertising is the process of describing or presenting a product, a service, an idea, or an organization through mobile communication channels to induce mobile subscribers to buy, interact, or support the item being advertised. The U.S. mobile advertising ecosystem has started to resemble the online advertising ecosystem, yet there are some industry challenges that are quite unique to mobiles, including the lack of a proper re-targeting framework, and privacy implications. This study analyses the key trends and presents market forecasts for the U.S. mobile advertising market for the 2009-2017 time frame. Ads by Google
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