Sunday, 24 January 2010

Scribe Update

Arggg. Hardly any cash boost at all. However, the newly level capped JC has brought in a few K (which is not included in these numbers).

Seller #1: 2,144 glyphs @ 5g each = 10,720g
Seller #2: 1,533 glyphs @ 5g each = 7,665g
Seller #3: 1,484 glyphs @ 5g each = 7,420g

Ink of the Sea: 866 @ 4g50sg each = 3,897g
Snowfall Ink: 2,250 @ 11g each = 24,750g
R. Parchment: 724 @ 0.50g each = 362g
Cash: 91,979g

For a total of 146,793 gold of which 62.6% is cash.

That is a cash:goods ratio decrease of a % or 2 and a gross increase of 6K or so. Not happy :(

EDIT: Although I have been playing catch up. I have been undercut a lot less, my sale volumes have gone up (but not the value) and I let it slide, I was not restocking. I went Out-Of-Stock on a lot of glyphs. If I had them I would probably have sold them :(

3 comments:

Darraxus said...

I have asked this previously, but why are you selling all of your glyphs at 5 gold each. It looks like you are doing a lot of work for minimal profit.

HolyWarrior said...

Hi Darra, answered on your last comment, but some time after you posted it. In case you haven't seen it the 5g is an average and it can go up as far as 60-70g

It takes me about 20 minutes a day to cancel auctions, collect mail and repost. So the gold/hour is pretty good.

The milling and glyphmaking is semi-afk while I'm catching up ojn blogs so I don't count that time at all.

Darraxus said...

I see. I used to post tons and tons of glyphs. But I got lazy and just search for the ones making good profit at any given time. I think I spend 15-20 minutes a day and take in around 1k-2k gold.