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World of Warcraft Gold Strategy Guide

By : Eric Gilmour
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World of Warcraft Gold Strategy Guide

By: Eric Gilmour

Overview of this book

World of Warcraft provides an immersive gaming experience with an exciting new world to explore. In this world (of Warcraft), players use gold to improve their characters and buy exciting items such as armor, vanity items, pets, mounts, and so much more. WoW gold not only helps with levelling up, but also helps the player gain respect in the WoW community."World of Warcraft Gold Strategy Guide" will show you the most effective ways to make gold in World of Warcraft. It includes detailed examples and instructions that will set you up to efficiently make plentiful amounts of gold both now and in future expansions."World of Warcraft Gold Strategy Guide" will arm you with all the latest strategies to become a World of Warcraft gold tycoon. Start by setting up your accounts for optimal gold making and progress through to advanced market techniques. You will learn to maintain thousands of auctions per day, master add-ons to reduce time spent making gold and increase time spent playing, and set yourself up to obtain anything you want in game. The World of Warcraft Gold Strategy Guide teaches readers how to go from rags to riches.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)
World of Warcraft Gold Strategy Guide
About the Author
About the Reviewers


With the tools of your new trade in your hands, you can now start to conquer the markets of Azeroth. When combined, these tools give you an unprecedented level of automation for your Auction House dealings and every piece of information you could desire. With this information in hand, you've now got the basics of gold making under your belt.

In the upcoming chapters we will start exploring the finer points of gold making and advanced topics such as market behavior and optimizing when you post. These chapters will rely heavily on the information learned in this chapter and the previous chapters; thus, before moving on, ensure you have a firm grasp of these concepts and preferably some practical experience.