Research has shown that the best way for anyone to learn a new technique is to not only show them the strategy for success, but to also tell them how they should execute those strategies for the most profit. Most WoW add-on's available today just do one part of that equation - they tell you a strategy: Buy low, sell high; Use small batches to post; Snapping up cheap mats is a great idea. Such strategies might not work for you because they are often based on generic guidelines. They are not really considering your particular server's economy, your level in the game, your faction, your profession.
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Inside World of Warcraft Gold Farm, Future of Work
Consider the numbers, youth, and low wages of the gold farmers, and the growing interest in outsourcing tasks online. Amazon recently launched a non-game application for this, known as the Amazon Mechanical Turk . In Second Life, a Hollywood production company is outsourcing its Second Life projects to its Vietnamese branch , where highly-skilled workers can create professional 3D environments for a fraction of the cost, were it done here. Its easy to see how the Chinese farmers of Warcraft might evolve into the blue collar workers of the 3D Internet. MTV producer Matt Sunbulli put us in touch with Ge Jin, and we asked him about this phenomenon, and sought his own thoughts on its relation to the future of work online. How did you locate these gold farms? Ge Jin: I have a friend who had been operating a gold farms in Shanghai since 2003.
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