Tuesday, 31 August 2010

How can you turn 1000 gold into 2000 gold?

So, the second Just My Two Copper Blogging Carnival is here and this time Markco has posed the quiestion: "How can you turn 1000g into 2000g?"

That's a pretty open ended question and no doubt the bloggers participating will post about a myriad of different ways of solving this problem.

What I was going to do was talk you through how I would go about doing this for each of my professions, tell you which addons I use to help and provide you with a shopping list of mats to meet the orders I'll set up (see here for a guide on setting up shopping lists in AuctionLite); basically run you through the routine for each of the profession I use (or have used).

That would turn into a post of epic proportions, so instead I'll be doing a multi-part series, kicking of with tailoring.

Let me know in the comments if you want to see how-to posts on any of the addons I mention.

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Question Time!

Kadomi over at Tank Like a Girl has inspired me to field questions from my readers.  If there's anything you'd like to ask about making gold, using addons, professions or anything completely random then clicky clicky on the Formspring widget to the right and fire away!

I'll put a Q&A post together (if and) when I've had a decent number of questions.

Cheers for now

Buying mats with AuctionLite

In my posts about using EnchantShop, I mentioned that I did not use the mat buying interface provided by that addon to keep myself in stock. Today I'm going to share with you how I buy my mats, using the addon AuctionLite.

Thursday, 5 August 2010

Selling Scrolls of Enchant using EnchantShop Part 2

Hi Peeps!  Here's my follow up guide to using EnchantShop for your scroll business.  Part 1 can be found here, in which we looked at setting up the addon.  Now we'll take a look at putting it into practice.

Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Blogging Carnival

Yesterday's Blogging Carnival over at Just My Two Copper was a great success.  There are some fantastic articles in the list, and even though I have a pretty comprehensive gold-making blogroll, I still discovered some new ones.

My thanks go out to Markco for including my article in the list and for getting me nearly 400 page views yesterday - 3 times more than my previous record, which incidentally, was when Markco added me to his blogroll :)

I look forward to the next one.