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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Video: Beginners Guide to Neutral AH Transferring

This week I once again had the pleasure of helping my friend Flux of Power Word Gold out by being a guest for a segment of next week's podcast.  Be sure you listen, Power Word Gold podcasts are something I always enjoy.

During the podcast we discussed how almost everyone talks about transferring items via the neutral Auction House, but there's really not a lot of "How to: 101" guides out there for new gold makers.  Flux, Jokine, and I all gave our best help and tips during the podcast (which I believe is released on Tuesday) but I felt like I hadn't done a good job in explaining the steps.  It prompted me to make this video, which I hope you all will enjoy, along with this relevant post: Minimizing Risk when Flipping via the Neutral AH

5 comments:

  1. Thank you for another great and informative addition to your blog.

    Im looking forward to hearing the next Power Word Gold podcast.

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  2. Thanks for the informative vid. As an addition could u share some of the items u normally flip?

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  4. So glad to hear you're on the Power Word: Gold podcast again, really looking forward to it! When you posted about withdrawing from the gold making community I was worried that you wouldn't be on again.

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  5. @Cryan: Most of the items I flip are on a day-to-day basis based on the current markets on my server, but I'll definitely look at brainstorming a "good things to check" list. :D

    @Borgthor: I'm glad you've enjoyed me on the podcast. I'm not meant to be a "regular cast member," if you will, but I really enjoy working with Flux so I definitely sub in as a guest whenever he invites me. :)

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