Wednesday, February 13, 2013
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Recently I decided to enter the gold making game of World of Warcraft. I had no idea what I was going to do, how to do it or even where to start. Worse I only have one max level character and my next highest alt was sitting at 80 thx to a Scroll of Resurrection a friend gave me after I took some time off from the game during Cataclysm. I had some gold just from doing Dailies and quests and everyday things in WoW, which was about 20k. So where to begin? Head past the jump to find out.
Friday, August 24, 2012
Today's Hatchery post was submitted by Edladd (Twitter: @edladd). If you'd like your own gold-making post to appear on the Hatchery email the post, title, images and your name/pseudonym to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word "Hatchery" as part of the subject line.)
Seeing as we are all now getting free access to the WoW Remote Auction House, I wanted to share with you all a tip that will help you snag those cheap Cata greens using the mobile version of the app. For those that are new to the app, I suspect you will be pleasantly surprised with the ease of use of the Browse Auctions feature. However, it does have its limitations, so read on after the jump to avoid missing out on that tasty Jasperlode Helm of the Bear that someone just posted for 5 gold :o Read on past the jump.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Selling Mats is something a lot of people do to make gold. There are effective ways to post them to guarantee sales. For example, enchanting materials (especially cataclysm mats) are fast sellers since lots of people are always getting upgrades that need to be enchanted. Read on past the jump for more.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Today's Hatchery post was submitted by Novas from Senjin (US) H. If you'd like your own gold-making post to appear on the Hatchery email it to email@example.com with "Hatchery" as part of the subject line.
I have been doing this for a long time and have found it to be very strong for farming as an aspect of gold making. The troggs in deepholm on the cliff in the west if farmed in a circle can yield and incredible amount of profit. I have tested this using a shadow priest and a mage. (both tailoring and chanting) I was able to yield 6.7k+gold an hour. Head past the jump to find out how I do it.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Though I've been playing World of Warcraft for five years, I am relatively new to gold-making. My interest was peaked due to a guildie posting in our guild forums: "You too can be a WoW Millionaire". He posted a few podcast links, one being PowerWord: Gold. The very first episode I downloaded was Episode 24 where Flux interviewed Keehaul, aka The Mogfather. Hearing that I could flip a worthless piece of Vanilla or Burning Crusade gear into a huge profit seemed too good to be true. 51 days and 75k gold later, I assure you, it was worth the investment. Head past the jump for a few thoughts on mogging.
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
First, a brief introduction:
I'm known in these circles as the Mogfather. I predicted transmogrification would be big for gold-makers, and since patch 4.3 was released I've made over 700,000 gold doing one thing and one thing alone: flipping gear and weapons on auction houses. I buy low, I sell high and in some cases extremely high. I follow a strategy that I honed on my own leveraging a pair of invaluable resources (wowroleplaygear.com, wowhead.com) as well as visual tools I developed that are currently hosted on my former blog (deazeroth.com). If you'd like more insight into the background story and philosophy behind the strategy, check out flux's Power Word Gold Podcast Episode #24. Read on past the jump.
Monday, January 9, 2012
Hi, Laraku @ShavedSilver here with a quick profit booster.
In many countries around the world, it is considered a normal part of the buying/selling process to haggle over the price. In fact, you may actually offend by not arguing! Or at least prove you are an ignorant tourist. Head past the jump for more.