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NEWS :: 2013 World of Warcraft Gold Farming Tips2013-01-22

There's over 100's of the way to make wow gold in world of warcraft. You be considered a gatherer the whole time, selling mats making money. You could do this only manipulate the Ah making gold. You can grind areas that are recognized to drop rares and epics making money. There's a lot of ways, case my way. Enjoy!
Phase One: Levels 1-40 Hunting and Gathering
So you are just beginning Wow, you've selected your race and sophistication (gnome rogues ftw!), and you are at the stage where you're able to pick two professions. In ways to yourself oooh I am a rogue so Ill get leatherworking in order to make my very own armor! or I am a warrior so Ill get blacksmithing in order to make my very own weapons!  OK just stop immediately n00b! Lemme let you know just a little secret about all individuals awesome crafting professions
***Except for a number of products per crafted profession, you will not make wow gold! And hey you know what, individuals couple of products which are lucrative are virtually not possible at 'abnormal' amounts!---
I personally don't like to rain in your parade so in early stages, nevertheless its better I say to you in advance than watch you waste what little gold you get attempting to gain levels your crafting profession. The issue with crafting professions is you fall under the trap that I love to call Skill Progressing Fever, in which you is going to do whatever needs doing to boost the ability of your profession. A number of you'll say Ya Gen, but that is the reason why you have a complimentary gathering profession so that you can farm your personal mats. This is correct, however, you will VERY rapidly achieve a place in which the materials you need is going to be not possible at the figures level. And just what are you currently gonna do, hold back until you are able to farm them yourself? Hell no, I understand you best than that! You are gonna go go to the AH and begin purchasing materials for that sole reason for progressing your crafting profession. Thanks for visiting the poorhouse!
So rather, pick two gathering professions. The awesome factor about gathering professions is you begin to make fast wow gold immediately walk up to and including mineral vein or perhaps a plant or perhaps a dead animal and grab individuals mats! Its 100% profit! And also, since you will be investing considerable time playing around doing quests and killing creatures it just is sensible to make the most of gathering professions. Mining and Herbalism would be the greatest moneymakers, consider they share the minimap, It's my job to will pick mining or herbalism after which get Skinning.
The main one negative factor about gathering professions is you will find your bags fill VERY rapidly. Don't be concerned, the very first factor you are gonna buy are 14 slot bags. This stuff cost like 2g50s on my small server, which you'll want to have after selling like 4 stacks of anything you got. Buy 4 of those 14slot bags, you will need the area! At this time many people make alts that sit close to the Ah plus they mail all of their mats towards the alt. This is an excellent idea for many in my experience it might drive me nuts needing to mail stuff constantly
Also, products with gray text are vendor trash, meaning you sell these to a vendor. ALWAYS get the seller trash at the level every tiny bit counts. If it is Whitened text, which means its utilized in an occupation in some way. Keep it and find out what its worth around the Ah. If you're able to market it towards the vendor for 25s but market it around the AH for 50syouve just bending your profit! Don't laugh at 50s profit either do this 1000 occasions (that you simply is going to do this a large number of occasions within this game) that's 500g!
You ought to be making ample money to cover new abilities, up-to-date armor and weapons, gryphon plane tickets, stupid noncombat pets (hey I really like em too!) etc. But bear in mind you're working towards a couple of things whenever you hit lvl 40:
1. Purchasing your mount, which will set you back 90g
2. Planning for the first crafting profession, that will take gold to level and purchase schematics/designs/quality recipes/etc.
You can't enter Phase Two til you have bought your mount and also have like 100g in savings. Believe me on that one :D
Q: Gen, you're a god among gnomes, and handsome as well. But when you know everybody to consider gathering, who'll purchase the materials were gathering?! If there is nothing in crafting, nobody tends to buy our materials!
A: It really constitutes a perfect circle lowbies gather the mats, while highbies purchase the mats making crafted products (well discuss highbie strategy in a little). These highbies consequently sell their products (for any profit) with other highbies and lowbies who Are in possession of wow gold to invest (because they are not wasting all of their wow gold attempting to gain levels crafting professions!) It really works very well such as this.
Q: Gen, you're kind, intelligent, and also have abs you can clean clothes on. My character is lvl XX, and I am a lvl YY Crafting Profession along with a lvl ZZ Gathering Profession. And I am BROKE! Must I drop my crafting profession and find a second gathering profession?
A: It is dependent on a number of things. If you're already near to lvl 40, you may as well keep your crafting profession Unless of course its suprisingly low level (like <125 or something) then ya drop it like a bad habit. If you are relatively low level but have a mid-level crafting professions, I would still drop it and take up a second gathering profession. You'll end up making much more wow gold by the time you're 40, which is the real goal of this guide. 
Q: My materials aren't selling! The market is flooded with them and I keep getting them returned in the mailbox! 
A: Ya that's going to happen from time to time. Some days you can sell a stack of something for 1g, the next day the entire AH is flooded with stacks selling for 20s. Its what I call the Retard Factor. The best thing you is get a general idea of how much stuff is selling for at that time, price your materials a little bit less that that, and hope for the best. Don't throw your hands up in despair when someone undercuts you its gonna happen. Just take your unsold mats and put them back on the AH someone will buy them, trust me!
Phase Two Levels 40-59 Its fine learn 2 craft 
You've hit lvl 40, you have your mount (sure beats walking huh?), you've learned all your new skills, and you've decked yourself out in some fancy new duds. Now what? 
Well, you *could* stick with your two gathering professions. They will still make you a lot of wow gold, actually more wow gold than in the first phase because you'll know have access to higher level materials. If you don't feel like busting ass trying to make wow gold with crafting professions, stick with gathering by all means. You could stop reading this guide right now and have enough wow gold to make you happy. 
Still reading? Okay good lets talk about your first crafting profession :D 
Pick a crafting profession that sounds fun to you. Don't worry, its going to make you wow gold(except maybe Alchemy, I'm sorry I *still* haven't seen proof that you can make lots of wow gold off of Alchemy). What your going to do is drop the gathering profession that doesn't complement your new crafting profession. For example, if you want to take engineering, drop skinning and keep your mining. The one profession I do not recommend you take at level 40 (besides Alchemy) is Enchanting. Enchanting is a great profession but its not for the faint of heart, and its a #@%$! to level up. If you are dying to be an enchanter now, welcome to the poor house otherwise try to hold off until you're level 60 (well be discussing that in the next phase). 
Now that you're level 40, it should be very easy to power level your new profession to a certain point. Do everything possible to farm your own mats while leveling, it will save you a ton of wow gold. This is important because you need your wow gold for 
SCHEMATICS, PLANS, FORMULAS, RECIPES, ETC!!! These are what separate you from all of the other people taking up crafting professions. I see twenty new threads every day asking how do you make money in leatherworking or whatever, and people usually reply you don't take herbalism its a goldmine. I'm going to let you in on a little secret. 
It takes hard work and a LOT of time and gold to make wow gold in crafting! 
You will NOT be rich from a crafting profession just by learning what the trainers provide! You have to spend gold on schematics/formulas/plans/etc to make the stuff that people really want to buy. I'm not saying that every plan on the AH is going to be a moneymaker, but the ones that ARE moneymakers you're going to have to pony up the cash. Don't bother farming for them its a waste of effort just pay a reasonable amount for it on the AH. 
Guess what? You've just put yourself above probably 75% of the other crafters out there! Why? Because 75% of WoW players either don't have the gold to buy plans, or they refuse to spend wow gold on them because people price gouge on the AH. Now instead of competing with 1000 engineers, you are competing with 250 of them and out of that 250 there will be quite a few that aren't as aggressive in making money like you, you sly dog! 
Its important to remember that crafting professions are a long term investment. Unlike gathering, you actually have to spend wow gold for crafting professions to make wow gold. On my server sniper scope schematics go for 100g. 100g is a ton of wow gold, but as soon as you pay it off (you can make 2-3g profit off of each scope), you've got another weapon in your arsenal of moneymaking! 
The questions I get asked all the damn time (people even create alts on Malygos to bug me during my Molten Core run lol) is what items sell for a profit, how much do you sell them for, etc. And the answer is find out for yourself. Make a spreadsheet or list of everything you know how to make. Then for each item list out how much RAW material it takes to make that item. What do I mean by raw material? Its the total amount of uncrafted items you need to eventually make the item. For instance: 
Hi Impact Bombs x 8 = Mithril Bar x16   Solid Stone x16   Mageweave x4 
Notice that Hi Impact Bombs really take Mithril Casings, Solid Blasting Powder, and Unstable Triggersbut the RAW material list is as stated aboveget it? 
Ok now that you have that for every item you can make, figure out the UNIT PRICE for each raw material. UNIT PRICE is how much it costs if you buy one Mithril Bar on the AH. Don't look at the prices for just one Mithril Bar though look at how much a stack costs and divide by 20. 
Got that? Great! Next step is to find out how much you can sell each item for. Do a search on the AH to see what the going prices are, it might take you a few days to get an accurate number due to the Retard Factor of people putting up items for ridiculously low or high prices. If the items just don't show up on the AH, determine if anyone would actually *buy* the item first, and if you think they would just take a guess of how much you could sell it for. 
You know what the final step is right? I sure hope so. You know how much it costs to make the item, you know how much you can sell the item fordo some simple subtraction to see if you can make a PROFIT off of your items! You will be surprised how many items will make a profit. The obvious choices are items needed for quests, items that need to be purchased several times (such as armor kits, sharpening stones, scopes, potions, etc), and blue items. 
The two top comments I get from this section are: 
Gen, you really expect me to make a spreadsheet of all my crafted items, with materials, and costs of mats etc etc? that seems like a lot of work cant you just tell me which ones sell best? 
Get out of my forum! If you cant do the legwork and put the effort into it go pick flowers and collect rocks. 
Gen, why do I have to make a spreadsheet based on cost of mats in the AH? I can easily go farm my mats and make 100% profit! 
Ah HA! This is the statement that is the death of crafters everywhere. I'm going to make the next statement in all caps not because I'm angry, but because I want it to stick out so much you cant help but read it and remember it: 
Seems so simple yet time after time again people will say things like yeah of course you aren't going to make wow gold if you buy your mats on the AH you have to farm the materials. Well, if the materials are worth more than the finished product, why would you bother making it? Just sell the materials for a larger profit! The purpose of the spreadsheet is to help you identify what items you can make a profit on. 
The next logical step is to realize that if you can buy the mats on the AH and still make a profit, why would you spend all that time farming materials? In the time it takes you to farm the mats to make one item, you could buy the mats to make 10 items. 
You should be making more than enough wow gold to pay for new skills, updated armor and weapons, repair costs, stupid trinkets (I love my Orb of Deception!) etc. But keep in mind you are working towards two things when you hit lvl 60: 
1. Buying your epic mount, which is going to cost you 900g 
2. Having nearly all of the schematics/plans/etc for your crafting profession, and being able to make a steady income off of it. 
3. Having at least 100g (preferably more) saved to help you level up your 2nd crafting profession 
Do not bother with Phase Three until you have the above three items complete. Patience is the key if you rush into this stuff you will have more expenses than you do income.
Phase Three Level 60 Farming is for suckers 
Ok so you're sitting pretty at level 60, congratulations! You've got your epic mount, you've completely owned your crafting profession, and you got your nest egg of gold. And your entire time spent in WoW now consists of you either in a high-end instance or sitting in Ironforge trying to get a raid group together. And that means you're not running around gathering! Plus by now you've probably said to yourself Man, I don't even need to farm mats anymore. I can buy them off of the AH and still make a sweet profit! Welcome to Phase Three :D 
Now Phase Three is 100% optional. Some of the gathering professions are useful in high-end instances. With mining you can get Dark Iron Ore and Blood of the Mountain, which both sell well AND help you raise your reputation with the Thorium Brotherhood. With Skinning (plus an enchant and a finkles skinner) you can skin Core hounds in Molten Core and The Beast in UBRS. Both have their uses for sure. But this guide is about how I made wow gold and since I HATE FARMING (farming is for suckers!) I dropped my gathering profession and picked up a 2nd crafting profession (in my case enchanting). 
You level the 2nd crafting profession the same way you did the first, with the exception that you don't have a gathering profession to assist you in the leveling process. So that means you'll be buying your materials from the AH (yeah you could make alts or whatever, I just don't like making alts). The key is to level as cheaply as possible until you can get to the point where you can make a profit (or even break even) on the things you create as you level up. Again, same thing as the first crafting profession buy up all the patterns/plans/etc that look like you could make a profit with, make a spreadsheet, etc etc. This will be a slower process than the first crafting profession, but you already have your epic mount, and you're hopefully getting good weapons and armor from instance runsso there's really no rush anyway. 
There's one more thing you can do to make some extreme wow gold, but keep in mind that everything requires an investment of time and wow gold and this will require a lot of both. There are lots of faction based patterns/plans/etc recently implemented in WoW. Some of them are as simple as killing tons (and I mean thousands) of Furbolgs until you are honored/revered with the Timbermaw Furbolgs, some as daunting as turning in thousands of Dark Iron Ores to the Thorium Brotherhood. Were talking a couple thousand gold worth of investment right there if you don't mine it yourself. 99.9% of the players in this game wouldn't touch this with a 10 foot pole, simply because they either don't want to waste their energy to achieve this level (which is totally understandable you have to be crazy to do this), or they don't understand the benefit of knowing how to make these epic items. Its basic logic though lets say you invest 2000g to become revered with the Thorium Brotherhood. You learn how to make the revered epic items. Congratulations you're probably one of the .01% of the people on your server than can make them. And you know what? 99.9% of the people on the server want those items because they're some of the best gear/weapons in the game! There's one guy on my server that makes weapons for 4000-5000g each. It doesn't take a math genius to see that the return on investment can be very lucrative! :D Some of you will say Oooh but Gen how in the hell am I supposed to get 2000g to invest in this? Well, you could either plan ahead and mine the dark iron ore yourself (for Thorium Brotherhood, for the others anyone can do it), or do what I did and sell what you can sell like a madman and save save save! :) Others will say Yeah but Gen all of those high end materials come from Molten Core and they cost thousands of gold to buy the mats! This is true, but as I said before this is the upper echelon of making wow gold, and it takes big wow gold to make big wow gold. You don't go to Las Vegas with 20 bucks and expect to win thousands of dollars do you?
Phase Four Any Level Oh you crafty bastard! 
So this isn't really a fourth phase, its more of a bonus chapter of things I did/do to make wow gold. There's no real rhyme or reason to it, its just the extra things I've done along the way that aren't really profession related. I never mentioned them in my first guide because A) I wanted to keep it legit, these things aren't anything you can do to depend on an income but if they happen look out! And B) I'm still making money on several of these so I didn't want to spill the beans just yet lol! I wont go into super detail here because I want you to use your brain not to figure out exactly what I do, but to figure out things I haven't even thought of! :D 
Oh I'm a poor guy! On rare occasion you will see someone selling an item in the trade channel. If its something you know is a hot seller, msg them and ask the price. Sometimes they will flat out be stupid and give you a low price. Buy it, wait one day, and put it on the AH for what its really worth. If they reply with a price that's pretty much what its worth, say oh gee, I can only afford <insert low number here>I doubt you'd market it for your. Well i guess thanks I appreciated it. You'll be surprised the number of occasions they'll market it for your amount or near to it. I have done that a minimum of 20 occasions with sniper scope schematics alone! Shall We Be Held happy with myself for it? No, I'm not. Shall We Be Held happy to achieve the extra gold? Hell yes!
Wholesale Materials When you are crafting exactly the same products again and again, you'll start to get a trend of certain materials that you employ in large amounts. The very best factor to complete is to find them in large quantities for any cheaper unit cost. Sure, you are consuming more money in advance, however your profit margin is going to be way bigger (what, you were not likely to pass individuals savings on your clients had you been?!?!) There's a number of ways to get it done, but my two faves would be the AH and gold maqui berry farmers. Around the AH you may see 100 stacks of heavy leather, with 2g buyout, having a 1g min bid. Bid all of them at min bid. Odds are you'll win a portion of these at 1 / 2 of what you will normally pay! For gold maqui berry farmers, whether they can understand you (LOL), start an offer together to COD the types of materials for you for any lower cost. I've many maqui berry farmers constantly employed by me!
WTF is the fact that??? troll the AH for products people auction, and study thottbot and allakhazamtheres a lot of products available, make a move with, and re-sell for any huge profit. Personally, i are conscious of a couple of products will be able to make 50g  profit on each time, along with a buddy of mine finds another completely unrelated item that does comparable. What exactly are they? Not telling!!! But research and you will find several little nuggets of moneymaking!
Hey hey! I acquired blahblah around the AH! I am not condoning bombarding just like a fool, but an interesting funny monosodium glutamate every 10min approximately about something you've placed on the AH will truly help sell your products! Don't do that for everyday junk like light leather and copper bars this really is something you utilize for rare/epic products or stuff that are very popular. Be witty and funny and individuals will not be as aggravated by you. Hell, request individuals Malygos, I junk e-mail stuff and say pst the gnome within the wedding gown! cuz yeah I put on oneand a Goblin Rocket Helmetand two Snacks Tenderizersand I am a male gnome you have an issue with that?! :D
I believe that's about all I have got for version 5.0well permit this to factor run 31 pages and break, before version 3.. Hopefully with that time I have learned new ways to earn money for everyone!
Best of luck and remain wealthy!

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