The parent company of The Yucatan Times has launched a new sister publication, the San Miguel Times, serving Guanajuato, Querétaro and the Bajío region with online news and advertising in English.
The Yucatan Times has positioned itself as the most important English language online newspaper in the Yucatan Peninsula (Yucatan, Quintana Roo and Campeche).
We currently have more than 120,000 page views a month and thousands of readers not only in Mexico but also in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
Today, we have evolved into a business model aiming to start effective online media journals in the most relevant cities in Mexico, with the highest concentration of expatriate population.
We aim to provide Expats with a personal experience of Mexico in their native language, through news and advertising that inform, entertain and sometimes amuse our readers.
By logic, our next move had to be San Miguel de Allende, one of the most vibrant and culturally active Expat centers in the country.
Our journalistic format and methodology are unique and created specifically to serve the foreign community in Mexico with editorial and advertising services that exceed the user’s expectations.
If you are a regular reader of The Yucatan Times, we invite you to visit the San Miguel Times and learn about this fascinating city and its surrounding region.
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Other exciting projects and initiatives are in the works as well. Stay tuned!
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