This site isn’t free. It costs me money to run and, unlike others in our space, we don’t take investment from watch companies and we don’t sell $5,000 clocks. We don’t take mainstream advertising. We don’t go on trips. I run Amazon and Google affiliate plans and that’s it. We are not in this for the cash. We just love watches and we try to tell the truth about them.
I’ve created a Patreon page that allows you to pledge to WWR on a monthly basis. Think of it as a tip jar. I want to pay our writers what they’re worth but, as you can see, the site doesn’t make much in advertising and I’ve never gone out of my way to suck up to watch companies for ad dollars. Hence, I pay these guys and for the server fees out of my pocket.
I want that to change. Please pop over here and pledge what you can. If you pledge $10 or more I’ll make a Wall of Heroes on which you and/or your banner will appear and for $15 I’ll give you copies of all my books and get a special prize from my attic of junk. What fun, eh?Become a Patron!
Regardless of the pledge, I want to thank you for being a loyal reader and want to keep WWR rolling. Here’s to another decade!
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