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11-01-2010 @ 4:11PM
Ugh, where was this post last week :) Fantastic as usual. I have not much to add, except two tips.1) Just to reitterate the auto-mailer. What you do is type /apm config, on the automailer section, you type in a name "glyph guy". Then you click "glyph guy" that shows up in the auto-mailer section of the configuration, and you can add or remove items. Then what you do is go to the mail box, click the tab to mail stuff, type in the persons name, then click the large auto-mail button. (or something similiar to that). And it will then mail all the given items at once. 2) APM and its predecessors work well with the random flotsam you have in your bags. Instead of manually posting, set some stupidly low limit like 1s, and a reasonable threshold of say 100g, with a stack size of 4, 5 or 10, and then add all of your junk (ie stuff you get while leveling) into this config. The downside is that it will post your rugged hides at 100g each if there are none available, and obviously people won't (shouldn't) buy them for that price. But this works 90% of the time and if you just wait a week for people to post some rugged hides at sane prices this will undercut and hopefully lead to a sale, without any effort.
11-01-2010 @ 4:13PM
Minor typos. For #2 threshold should be 1s and fallback should be 100g, not the other way around.
11-01-2010 @ 5:46PM
Yes, it's fantastic for listing little bits of junk that you accumulate while questing or doing whatever. My lowbie druid has made over a thousand gold using the old Quick Auctions, and now APM. Stuff that I used to vendor, now gets thrown into the AH with almost no effort at all. Stuff that you think doesn't sell? It sells! People do buy zesty clam meat!
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