Sports Card Album App
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About Sports Card Album

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History of Sports Card Album

Sports Card Album is a Photo-management site for sports-card collectors. It allows collectors to add cards to their collection via their mobile devices or computers and offers an intuitive and feature-rich interface for managing collections and engaging with other collectors.

Like most collectors, we are used to buying, selling, and trading cards online. Typically, the process looks something like this:

    1. Photograph and/or scan cards
    2. Tweet or text images to friends
    3. Upload Pics to Photobucket/Flikr/Imgur
    4. Copy [IMG] codes from said photo-managing site
    5. Add cards to your Beckett “Org” and/or spreadsheet
    6. Add cards to forum post on Blowout/Beckett/FreedomCardboard/SportsCardForum/HobbyKings/COMC/etc
    7. Type out player name, card description, and price per card if selling/trading
    8. Link people to your Photobucket account for pictures of your collection

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Here are a few problems with this process:

  1. Too many steps
  2. Beckett “Org” is great as a price guide, but does not include pictures of the cards for easy embedding
  3. Photobucket allows you to add titles and images, but it falls short in a ton of areas specific to card collectors (tiny picture, only shows half of card, does not show full description, does not show card details, only shows X number of cards per page maximum, does not show Sell Value or Trade Value)
  4. On Bucket you are bombarderd with obtrusive advertisements
  5. Collectors cannot see (in real-time) what other collectors are posting
  6. Bucket limits your bandwidth, so if you reach your monthly limit your embedded images will not work

Many collectors take pictures of their cards immediately with their cell phones so they can text or tweet their new pickups to friends. Having to re-scan an image after taking a cell-phone pic is redundant. Having to upload a cell phone pic to a photo-management site is even more redundant.

Here is what the process looks like with SportsCardAlbum.com

  1. Open SportsCardAlbum on your cell phone and click "add card"
  2. Choose the image/card from your camera roll (or take a pic)
  3. Provide details like card description and sell/trade values (and tons more)
  4. Tweet or otherwise share your image directly from SportsCardAlbum
  5. Go to any sports card forum and copy your image code directly from SportsCardAlbum

iPhone Mockup

Your SportsCardAlbum will automatically be updated and organized with your pictures and your card details. The format is a simple, clean, beautiful design that allows you and other collectors to see all of your card’s information at once. If you are on a PC or tablet, your collection is visible in nice, clean rows with all the data available at a single glance. Or you can switch to "grid" view to see a bunch more cards at once.

iPad Mockup

If you care to add additional details about your card, you can do so anytime from your mobile device or computer. You no longer have to maintain a spreadsheet, an org, and a bucket and have five windows open just to post on a forum. Want to add an album for your PC? Go for it. Another album for each sport? No problem.

Here are some additional features collectors love about Sports Card Album

  1. Instantly get 3 sizes of IMG codes for forums (Small, Medium, Original)
  2. Follow friends: See others' collections update in real time
  3. Add eBay links for more exposure
  4. Bulk Uploading & Bulk Editing capabilities
  5. Upload an image of the back of your card
  6. Unlimited storage and messaging
  7. Awesome chat room for easy trading
  8. No obtrusive advertisments while your cards upload!

We also offer expanded features for hobby-related companies like:

  1. Manufacturers
  2. Card Shop Owners
  3. Group Breakers
  4. Bloggers

To learn more about our "Verified" program and the expanded features for hobby-related companies, e-mail: Verified@sportscardalbum.com

Bottom Line: Organizing your collection and sharing it with the world has never been easier.

Here's a video of me explaining how it works:

Sports Card Album Compared to Bucket:

Here's a link to the blog post with a bunch of the new features: UPDATES