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2-16-2012 @ 3:00PM
That's pretty cool! Personally, I work on a tip-optional basis. Say I've just enchanted something, instead of sitting there without pressing trade until the other person puts in a tip, I'll immediately click 'trade' - that way they can decide if they want to tip me, or just press 'trade' and get their item. More often than not, I think I've gotten bigger tips for doing this - people seem to like having a choice =).
2-16-2012 @ 5:43PM
Same here for portals! I offer my services in chat and a guy told me to just say '10g' and be done with it. I refused, if you don't have the gold to tip then I will still port you anyways.
2-17-2012 @ 1:14AM
I definitely make more money with optional tips. I enchant and port for "free" all the time. If it's a lowbie, I don't let them pay. But I've had some people give me 30g for a port or ungodly amounts in enchanting tips. I think I've made more money this way than if I had set a price, it gets repeat customers, and it helps the genuinely broke people out.
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