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Vegan Mainstream is launching a pilot program to connect vegan bloggers with advertisers.

Vegan Mainstream, a vegan marketing company that provides marketing solutions to vegan businesses, is looking for vegan bloggers to participate in a free, three-month long pilot program called the Vegan Blog Network. The program, which is set to launch on January 31, will help vegan bloggers raise revenue by connecting them with relevant advertising opportunities. After the three months are finished, participants will be able to opt-in and continue on the network for a small fee. The program is open to any US-based vegan-related blogs that receive 10,000 or more pageviews per month. More information can be found on the Vegan Blog Network website.

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