Good morning VGA readers. With the start of the new year, we’ve taken a step back to reflect on our work at VGA. We’ve been at it since 2010, so 4 years with the goal to do daily posts on rare and sought after collectibles. We’ve covered thousands and thousands of auctions, and some of those consists of readers submitting in their own findings. We have a deep passion for video game collectibles, merchandise, anything related to gaming and are very fortunate to be able to have readers who can come to this site and share that passion. We’ve shared our collector hunting experiences with you and have also helped with hundreds of requests for items and tips for finding collectibles.
Video Game Auctions is coming into it’s 5th year, and looking back, making daily posts have been part of our schedule and routine. We’ve never been paid to do this, never charged for advertising on our site and have kept the site clean of Google Ads or any other format. Making daily posts have become more difficult as time passes by. It typically takes on average 2 hours a day to make posts. With our personal schedules getting more busy, and quite frankly, online-gaming taking chunks of our time, we’ve decided, instead of closing Video Game Auctions, to switch our posting schedule to a more realistic “weekly posts”. Every week, either Friday, Saturday or Sunday, we will be making a post showcasing auctions for the upcoming week to month. This will allow us to keep VGA up and running, while having a healthy post frequency to capture enough of the cool auctions showcased on eBay. Like usual, we will still be displaying submitted auctions, and we always appreciate a good comment on your thoughts and knowledge on a particular collectible.
With this in the clear, let’s enjoy some video game auctions 🙂
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