I remember the days of World of Warcraft when it first started; even then I always managed to have the most resources to support all my cities because I always had several going. Back then I used to hear “yes my lord” every time I clicked on a peasant to order them a new task. Now the game has evolved into a single playing character and I had to learn new ways to make money.
I tried really hard to stay away from the game but I saw every single one of my family members fall for it and now we even have our own guild and a decent amount of 70’s. I did some serious research to try and find the best ideas to make the most of my time and make the precious wow gold and I love the opportunity to share them with you.
First of all I would start by asking you a question, are you a level 70 or just starting out? if you are just starting out and posses a low level character, pay attention to your skills, from first aid to the professions you pick, if you have not picked your professions yet I would recommend you to try two professions that require gathering raw products such as mining, skinning or herbalism. If you must have a different one like enchanting, that’s okay but let me tell you the rest of those professions can be very expensive so try and pick two that kinda support each other like mining and jewelcrafting or skinning and leatherworking. Again the best combinations are the ones who require gathering raw products. It’s just like playing Bandar judi bola online terpercaya where you really need to be careful and strategic when playing.
The Auction House play a very important role in the making of gold, know your prices for the items you loot or gather and always loot your mobs and check on the prices per stack or individually and don’t underestimate their value, just because you looted a low level character doesn’t mean a stack of 20 is not going to give you 5 or 10 gold or more. there are plenty of places that can give you information on value and or prices, while they are not precise they can still give you a pretty good idea of what they are going for so check out allakhazam.com or wowhead or do a yahoo search on the specific item but never sell it to the vendor before you verify how much would it go for and what the drop rate is.
You must realize making money takes time, it’s all about production and how well you start learning about the value of the items you gather, farming mobs is a good way to replace choosing expensive professions, also when you are in a town and specially remote ones, away from the big cities. check every vendor and the items they sell, you’ll be surprise how you can make some quick bucs if you buy a recipe and flip it at the auction house.
The best times to sell items at the AH are your server busiest time, which is normally after regular work ours when everyone is at home.
There are certain items that sell quicker than you can post them at the AH. learn to identify such items and farm them often, for example in my case rugged leather sells very well and my favorite place to farm them is the yetis at Winterspring, not only I get the skin of the mobs I kill, I also get the ones of the people who’s questing as well and can’t skin them.
if you are a level 70, maxing out your professions is a must, if you picked two of the expensive type then try farming mobs, the elemental plateau at Nagrand is a great place to gather motes of air, fire, etc. they sell very well at the AH.
also try daily questing, a good place to make some quick bucs is the isle of Quel’ Danas. So you got plenty of opportunities to make the precious Gold, it’s just a matter of investigating according to your preferences, level and professions.