Let me explain “meme.” Meme is an Internet buzz word that means “a concept that spreads via the Interwebs.” It’s something that goes “viral” or that is heavily mentioned/covered for a short period and then sort of dissipates. Most news blurbs and items are this way.
Broadly, a “meme” is something that is being discussed online. Today, with electric vehicles (EV) and similar subjects, most of the news is spread online rather than through traditional print publications.
EVmeme.com is a website where I discuss the latest in electric vehicle news (see the About page for more). However, the EV Meme category on this site is for bringing in news from other EV-centric websites as well.
The following site feeds are currently being pulled into EVmeme and published under the EV Meme category as blurbs that link back to the original:
- AboutAlternativeCars.com (EV categories only)
- FutureCars.com (EV-related articles/news)
- Gasoline-ElectricCars.com (full site)
- GreenBigTruck.com (EV and Hybrid categories)
- TorqueNews.com (EV related articles)
Wanna Be In The EV Meme?
If you have a website that is electric vehicle centric (either hybrids or battery electrics) or at least has a category/section that is and if that site has an RSS feed included, then you can apply to be part of the EV Meme.
Just use the form below to send your RSS url and website URL and if you meet the criteria, I’ll add it to the meme here.
We pull feeds roughly every 24 hours (depending on server load) and they go directly into the EV Meme category and publish on the site with an article length controlled by your RSS settings (if you have a full feed, then the full article appears here). All meme posts link back to the original so readers can click through to your site to read further.