This is a follow up to my previous 2 posts, How to be a Great Transmog Salesman Part 1, and it's recent Addendum, a shorter way to do it. Now that we've gone through the various ways of purchasing these items, I'm going to go through some methods that I use to sell the items.
Handy Dandy Transmog Seller
I highly suggest for anyone who is going to get serious about transmog to make a level 1 bank mule solely for transmog. This way your bags are free of any other potential clutter. My character also has a guild bank for himself to store anything I have more than 3 of. He has all 26 slot bags (28 aren't worth it yet). With the backpack that's 120 slots. 150 would of course be preferable because mail comes in 50's, but not an option right now.
I also find that attempting to be as anonymous as possible is the way to go with this as well. If guildies find out you're the guy selling all the xmog gear they want, they're going to want you to cut them a deal. All the time. Trust me I've been down that road, and minus RealID (which you still can't appear invisible on), don't advertise yourself as being that lvl 1 transmog guy.
The 48-Hour Auction
For Transmog gear, I always set my TSM groups to be on 48 hours. This way you only have to repost unsold items every 2 days. You may get undercut, but with the amount of items you have on the AH, you won't particularly care. I tend to scan at least once per day to find any good deals, but more than that on occasion. If you're using the TSM Application, it has the option to notify you of Deals if you're using one of the dealfinding lists. I don't want to go in length on that topic right now, but may in a future post.
Yesterday, in Part 1, I noted that I set up 4 tiers for my transmog sales, I'm going to simplify them by refering to them as follows:
Low Level: 499g Threshold/749g Fallback
Mid Level: 749g Threshold/1249g Fallback
High Level: 4499g Threshold/4999g Fallback
Extremely Rare: 17999g Fallback
Now you could honestly buy everything below 50g, and put it all in the Low Level Group and make gold, but putting better looking pieces in pricier groups helps make you more profit! I'd say a majority of my pieces actually do fall into the Low Level group, but there are a few sets (more than this but I'm going to give you some highlights) that I throw into the higher groups, as follows. Mouse over the set name to look at the set!
My mid level items consist of gear from the following sets (among others):
Blood Knight, Bloodfist, Bloodscale, Captain's, Darkcrest, and Imbued Plate
Note that some of these Chest and Pants I will bump up to the 5k, as they really are the core pieces for the set.
Arachnidian Robes, Hibernal Robe, Venomshroud Silk Robes, Buccaneer's Set, Hyperion Set (Chest/Legs in Extremely Rare), Silver-Thread Robe, Soulkeeper, Speedsteel Rapier, and my favorite Anvilmar Hammer
Exalted Plate, Robes of Insight, Jade Plate
Of course different people have different lists, but these are roughly how I group mine together. Get a feel for your own server. My server is Low Pop so I usually have a monopoly on any of the High Level or higher sets, so I can price them how I want. In a higher pop setting you may want to reduce your prices to remain profitable. Try out different things, and see what works for you.
Rarely I will talk about my transmog gear on my main. Just to get some free advertising. Say something like (and link the item) "Anvilmar Hammer for 5,000g!? What a rip off!". Now you may be thinking Phat, why slander your beautiful self in such a way? I'll tell you why. This one is on the principle "any publicity is good publicity". I can't tell you how many sales I've made off of posting unique items to trade in this way. A lot of players don't know they exist, even if it doesn't sell that day, you've planted a seed!
That's all for now, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below!
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