Tuesday, November 13, 2012

October 2012 Glyph Sales

Mists of Pandaria lead to a modest posting schedule, and revenue settling down to late Cataclysm levels.

October Stats:

  • Total Glyph Sales: 39134g
  • Total Glyphs Sold: 775
  • Average Price: 50g49s

The major difference between this graph and the one from May is that now I'm using TSM accounting to track my sales data, the sale date that is recorded for each transaction is actually the date it was purchased from the auction house rather than the date I collected the coin. On days where I haven't posted (or there is a LOT of competition when I do) I'm more able to get an idea of the diminishing returns of glyphs aging on the auction house.

The average price of glyphs is up over 50g each which is a reflection on the new glyphs entering the market. I'll post some details about my biggest sales coming into the patch soon.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

September 2012 Glyph Sales

A mini glyphmas for patch 5.0.4 that slowly simmered down as people prepared for Mists of Pandaria.

September Stats:
  • Total Glyph Sales:  80438g
  • Total Glyphs Sold: 1810
  • Average Price:  44g44s
I was very excited to have some big, big sales as patch 5.0.4 hit making all the preparation worth while. Of course having said that, at the time of actually writing this it's November and I'm still subsisting on the ink stockpile from before 5.0.4 and still have many, many glyphs filling up 3 tabs of a guild bank.

Once Mists of Pandaria hit, blogging went out the window as I leveled and got ready for raiding. The daily grind for reputation and valor points has been pretty brutal so my WoW time goes something like this: Raiding and guild stuff > power gains for my main > gold making > other fun wow activities (projects for my main, leveling alts etc) > blogging. So October went by without a whimper from the Overlord of Twitchie Enterprises except for some yelps on twitter.

So I have my revered reputations sorted (Exalted the Klaxxi of course) and can cap valor (thanks to the bump for heroic dungeons and scenarios) without too much of a struggle. I've been making gold every which way as well, but haven't had too much time to write about it (I know they miss me over at the Consortium Forums too =P). What I will say is that I love cooking. I have a character dedicated to storing, selling and buying food and I've been Ironpaw shuffling like a mad beast. I am proudly Master of the Ways and even have my apprentice Nomi well on the way to doing my culinary bidding.