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2-19-2010 @ 5:10PM
Alot of people use Auctionator (i think that's the name, NOT auctioneer). It allows buying and selling of multiple stacks at the same price. Given that, i will sometimes post 10 or 20 stacks of something for the very simple reason that I can get rid of a bunch of garbage using QA2 and not have to post every single thing. Auctioneer does the same thing but not as quickly. Anyway my advice is to get auctionator which is a huge time server for buying raw materials (it will even save you from sorting through 30 pages of singles). But yeah the value of the right stack can't be underesimated. For some of my bread and butter items I didnt sell ANY until I figured out the right stack size, now I sell some every posting.
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