The month of May was huge for glyph sales, but it was also my first full month with the new glyph set up on connected realms. Posting glyphs on three different characters that have their entire inventory devoted to glyphs is a joy! I can AFK and collect mail at my leisure, and Twitchie just doesn't know what to do with himself. He can keep herbs in his bags, awaiting the schmunch without messing about with the posting schedule. He can devote more time to directing the enterprise, rather than being a slave to it. He even got out and cleared Siege on normal to celebrate the new cloak. Suck on that, lowly shadow priest alt. Twitchie is number one.
It being both the end of the month, and the end of our financial year... I rush to reflect on how the system of dividing glyph posting duties based on performance has worked, by first directing your eyes to the pie chart above. Serviteur sells the good stuff and it shows. One of the reasons I divided glyphs up by performance is to take advantage of the diminishing returns on posting poor performing glyphs. If I was short on time, I could just post on one or two of my minions and get the best bang for my buck (time is money, friend). Since it was my first full month with the new set up, I thought I was pretty consistent... but it pays to check.
|Seller||Glyphs Posted||# of Posts||Average|
From the table, it's clear that on an even posting schedule, Serviteur posts the least number of glyphs. By the time I gave him a few extra posts over the course of the month it turned out to be relatively even and he brought in the bulk of revenue.
The other important observation from the table is the frequency of my posting schedule. I would consider May a very heavy month for me, and yet I'm posting less than twice per day. Pretty much any time I post findings on my glyph market, I hear the grumbles, 'not on my server'. Without extensive research on other realms, I grant you it is hard to tell if I'm fortunate or awesome. It's Twitchie we're talking about here... it's probably both.