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10-10-2011 @ 8:08PM
Low pop markets require you to never take your foot out. I sell cloth pvp gear. Not the ones you make while leveling tailoring, but the ones that take bolts to learn. I didn't post for 2 weeks due to RL and my little market was flooded. I had to gamble and buy out surplus and out last people who realized it's a supper niche market. I would post gear daily and under cut by 1% reguarlly. It was hard but I got it back.
10-10-2011 @ 8:15PM
Your results may vary.Me, I started selling enchanting rods because I was hearing folks ask for them in trade chat several times a week.Not so much an underservered market as a totally vacant market. Every now and then someone will post up some rods, and I will either buy them out at low prices, or wait until they sell out. But while I've got the market to myself, I've restrained myself to charging based on market prices for materials, in consideration of the fellow whose first character is an enchanter, without bags of money propping him up. ... but also in consideration that I'm buying MY materials on the AH, as often as not.
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