For those who don’t know me, I am the owner of www.eviscerated.net and I have only in the last 6 months been involved in the auction house side of WoW. I have always read gold making blogs and participated in this aspect of the game but only recently started to blog about it. I have been playing the game since 2006 and have mainly been into raiding up until the end of the WotLK expansion. After burning out on raiding 4 nights a week, I took a step back to look into other less demanding areas of the game. In RL, for the last 15 years, I have successfully managed a great deal of accounts and I am responsible for an extremely large budget. I sometime look at the game with the same glasses I look at work with in order to give me ideas on which way to take my in game business. I hope to be able to do some good here and help spread the wealth.
With that said I want to give a giant thanks to Cold from www.coldsgoldfactory.blogspot.com for all his help and his invitation to write here. I have read his blog since it started and pound for pound he is the most accurate voice in the gold making community. This is the main reason I agreed to write here, the concept of this site is extremely necessary. 90% of the gold blogs speak over their readers and don’t give them the tools they need to really be successful. Basics are the foundation of a good gold making regiment. That’s what you will get here, the understanding of the market and its dynamics are going to make you more gold in the long run. You can’t make as much if you read posts that just tell you to “Sell X now, and you will get rich”, you have to understand why you are selling X, why you are selling X for that price, why players are buying X and how long they will buy X. So the fact that there is finally a blog to help give players who want to get into the Auction House side of World of Warcraft this foundation and training is AWESOME and I am happy to be a part of it.
I plan on doing a short series of posts that will help you pick the right professions and then take those professions to their full potential. So see you next Sunday with the first post in my series and thanks for reading!!