Filed under: Beckett Media | Tags: Beckett Grading Services, User Videos, Videos, Voice of the Collector, YouTube
By Andrew Tolentino | Assistant Editor
Thanks to the present day prevalence of personal video cameras, YouTube is packed with hobby-related clips, ranging from box breaks to glorious (and crummy) maildays. In a world full of webcams, we’d love to see even more collectors sharing their cardboard with the electronic universe.
As demonstrated by the video below, there are plenty of hobbyists, young and old, posting clips of Beckett Grading Services results. Capturing the essence of excitement of a “10” and the agony of a “5,” these short documentaries feed the hobby with information and voice. That being said, we also want to see what happens before the grade.
For your chance at viral fame (and maybe more), post a video of you talking about the card(s) you’re about to send out to Beckett Grading Services on YouTube and send the link to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can tweet your link @tolentinotweets for review.
Whether you’re making a plea for a “Pristine 10” or you just want to justify what you’re getting graded, film it, post it and send it and you might find yourself featured on this piece of internet real estate.
The video below is just one of many collecting clips that are helping hobby awareness on the web and beyond.
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