Although vampires and werewolves have something in common, they are actually quite different from each other. First of all, the time of the transformation is different. While the vampire transform at nights, the werewolves transform on a full moon. Vampires cannot come out during the day because they melt or burn when they see the sun. In contrast, werewolves can only turn to their were form during a full moon and the rest of the time they are almost indistinguishable from other humans. Secondly, they transform others differently. A vampire transforms people into vampires by sucking their blood usually from their necks.
On the other hand, a werewolf transforms other humans into werewolves by scratching or biting them. The only common thing in transforming others is that the victim is in pain during the transformation progress. Finally, they are not equally strong. A vampire is immortal and do not age. However, werewolves are mortal and age like normal humans. A vampire can fly and is faster than a werewolf, but a werewolf is stronger than a vampire. All in all, although a werewolf seems more powerful than a vampire, being a vampire is more charismatic than being an aggressive and animalistic werewolf.