WatchTime Adds New Social Media Accounts

WatchTime recently increased its already broad social media presence. Now, readers can reach WatchTime’s news, reviews, features and photo posts conveniently on the world’s most popular social networks. With more than 38,000 fans on Facebook WatchTime has more followers than all other U.S. watch magazines and watch blogs combined. On Pinterest, WatchTime currently features over 800 stunning watch photos in more than 50 boards and categories. The new social media setup helps WatchTime to reach out to watch collectors everywhere around the internet. It’s an online presence second to none in the watch publishing market – no other watch magazine is available on as many social media platforms as WatchTime.com. And no other watch magazine has as many tablet and e-editions as Watchtime Magazine,  which is available on the iPad, iPhone, Nook, Kindle and Android devices.

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About WatchTime

WatchTime is America’s #1 luxury watch magazine and one of the best-selling watch magazines worldwide. More than 600,000 aficionados read WatchTime’s products every month. WatchTime sells more magazines on U.S. newsstands, and has more social media fans, than all its North American watch-magazine competitors. WatchTime is the only watch magazine with dedicated digital editions for every major tablet platform. Inside Basel.Geneva, WatchTime’s annual luxury watch show, is America’s most popular event series for watch collectors. Its best-in-class journalism, digital products and live events have earned WatchTime several global awards and nominations. Based in New York City, WatchTime is a member of Germany’s Ebner Group, one of Europe’s largest family-owned special-interest media companies. Having operated continuously for 200 years, Ebner today publishes more than 80 magazines and 30 websites worldwide. WatchTime and its sister watch magazines are available in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, India and Asia.

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  1. Michael berlin says:

    I would like to look into the blue face classical 60\'s lost and get the price on it why when is worn in 1942

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