My posting strategy using QA3, is 3g threshold, 24g buyout, 5g undercut, no cancel, 48 hours, post 3. During the last week, I received
|Toon||Glyph types||Gold Gained|
|Foobarfoo||Paladin, Rogue, Priest, 1/3 Hunter||1898g|
|Foosglypha||Death Knight, Hunter, Mage, 1/3 Hunter||2020g|
|Foosglyphb||Shaman, Warlock, Warrior, 1/3 Hunter||1305g|
This is up from a total last week of 3072.
There are currently 78 pages of glpyhs on the AH. I got in two postings today, meaning that my toons posted 28 pages of those glyphs.
I make glyphs (using skillet and ktq), using /ktq queue 10 glyphs (doing this 3 times). I made glyphs midweek and on the weekend. This means that I make 30 glyphs if I currently have 0 stock, and 15 glyphs if I have 5 stock, and 0 glyphs if I have 10 ore more.
I am buying all glyph making inks priced below 1g of the AH. This last week I bought about 40 stacks, made up of a mix of midnight, lions and celestial inks. I also bought a dozen glyphs priced below 1g, checking to ensure that (A) I dont already have more than 50, and (B) they are not going to become charred (turned into 50s vendor trash). Some glyphs that I needed to restock were priced at 11s.
This week, I am including the glyphs I made, as much for my own benefit as anyone's, to start tracking what is selling well.
The glyphs I made midweek:
|3||Death and Decay|
|12||Seal of Light|
|6||Flash of light|
|9||Lay on Hands|
|9||Shadow Word: Pain|
The glyphs I made on the weekend:
|3||Dancing rune weapon|
|6||Beacon of light|
|3||Hammer of the Righteous|
What I should do, is split my glyphs into four groups.
- Those that never sell, and will be charred (i.e. turned into 50s vendor trash) come for patch 4.0, should be sold for 1g-3g.
- Those that never sell, and will remain viable for 4.0. These should be put into a bank, to be sold once 4.0 hits.
- Those that sell well should be sold at 6-24g
- The rest. These should be listed at 2g50-6g. This is to squeeze the majority of players out.
Gevlon doesn't do many gold posts any more, but they are worth reading. If you are selling glyphs at or below cost of ink, also sell the ink.