Now i'm going to show you how to make wow gold
in WoW faster using Batch Posting in Appraiser. I'll also go into details on configuring undercutting to make the most gold while still ensuring your stuff sells and finally I'll show you how to set up your inventory list so that the whole selling process is easier and faster than cheap wow gold
Batch posting is the biggest time-saver on the Appraiser tab and is great for crafters and gatherers or anyone who is selling the same items over and over. The batch post feature will remember your settings and post all marked items with a single click.To use this feature, select an item in the Appraiser tab and set the stack size, pricing model and other options. Now select the Enable Batch Posting option. Do this for all items that you want to batch post. Now, shift+alt+ctrl click on the Batch Post button to post all the items that you marked. Next time you visit the AH, shift+alt+ctrl click the Batch Post button again to post any of those items again using the same settings.
You can also alt click the Batch Post button to refresh the pricing of all marked items or shift click to list the exact prices that marked items will be listed at.In the last chapter, we talked a little bit about undercutting. As well as enabling or disabling undercutting for an item, you can also configure how price matching is performed. It's important to refine the price matching model that you are using if you want to make gold in WoW. If you price match items that are priced outrageously low, then you are going to be charging stupidly low prices yourself and eventually push the price down for the item, which is bad for you if you sell a lot of that item. (Tip: Buy the outrageously low priced items and resell them instead!). To avoid this, the price matching module only undercuts the market price by a certain percentage.
By default this is 20% but you can change it.Click the Configure button at the top right of the Auctioneer frame then expand Match Modules on the left side and select Undercut.The top slider allows you to change the maximum undercut percentage of market value. You can also set the undercut amount as a percentage. By default it will undercut the lowest price by 1% (as long as the maximum percentage below market is not exceeded). You can increase this if you want but there really isn't much reason to.
If you want to see them again, select the Show Hidden option above the inventory list.
The last feature of Appraiser we are going to look at is the ability to hide items in your inventory list if you don't ever want to post them. This helps avoid accidentally auctioning items that you really don't want to sell. Believe me, once you get Auctioneer set up the way you like, its really easy to get click happy and sell items you didn't mean to. Just select the item and click Hide this item.
You can also set the undercut to a fixed coin value, i.e always undercut the lowest price by 5 silvers etc. If you do this, you will probably make more money on expensive items but you will lose money on cheaper items. On the whole, I think the percentage is the best way to go.
You can also click Show Auctions to buy wow gold
that you have already posted in the inventory list again.