Researching the value of something on eBay is a quick and simple process. Whether you are looking to sell an item or simply research its value, the process is one and the same. You need an eBay account to use the advanced search features, even if you won’t be selling on eBay. If you’ve got a couple of minutes, you can look up the value of anything this way!
Mining is a great gathering profession to make gold with at the AH. No matter what level your character or mining skill, or how little gold you have, there’s several ways you can profit from mining in WoW. Whether you want to grab your mining pick or head directly to the auction house, here are a few mining tips to get you started making lots of gold!
Selling on eBay is a great way to clear the clutter out of your home, and make some much needed extra cash in the process. If you aren’t comfortable selling online, eBay’s Trading Assistant Directory is a great way to find an eBay expert in your area who can list your items for you. This saves you the time of photographing, listing, dealing with customers, and shipping your goods. When picking a trading assistant to work with, here are five things you should look out for.
As with every World of Warcraft expansion, there’s several new factions you’ll be introduced to in your questing journey. Many of these new Mists of Pandaria factions grant you access to a tabard and mount upon reaching exalted status. Whether you’re going for the mounts, the Beloved title, or are simply trying to become exalted out of sheer obsession, these tips will help you cap out your reputation as quickly as possible!
In World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, making lots of gold with Enchanting remains incredibly lucrative. It’s become a lot simpler to do, and the materials have become more flexible. Using these tips, I currently make several thousand gold per day on a high population server. Your mileage may vary, but all of these techniques can help increase your AH profits from the sale of enchanting scrolls.
Recently, WoW Insider posted a response to a reader submitted question: why are so many guilds dying in MoP? Many readers replied, blaming raid finder for taking away the “good old days” of raiding and “killing their guilds”. This is a bunch of baloney, and I’m going to tell you why.
Not sure where to level your WoW character? Here’s a complete list of every leveling zone for questing in World of Warcraft, current to the latest Mists of Pandaria expansion: Kalimdor, the Eastern Kingdoms, Outland, Northrend, and Pandaria.
If you’ve got a bunch of old compact discs or old video games, you’ve got a few options. You can sell them to a pawn shop for a paltry amount. You can sell or trade them to your local GameStop for an equally paltry amount. You can try selling them on Craigslist, but customers there expect a really good deal. (Craigslist may not be a safe option depending where you live!) What’s the best option, then? eBay, of course!
You probably learned growing up that first impressions are everything. This is something that I see several business owners forget time and time again. I’ve seen eBay sellers with poor people skills, a local eBay Trading Assistant with a profile full of negative remarks toward potential clients, and an affiliate manager who talks down to his affiliates. I don’t claim to be a business scholar, but I’ve always believed the first rule of business is the golden rule; treat others the way you’d like to be treated. So why in the world would these people scare away potential customers and clients by being a jerk?