Earning gold in WoW can be done easily if you are prepared to get your hands dirty and work a little. Don’t expect to make much gold if you aren’t going to do any work, it just doesn’t work like that.
There are players, however, who don’t wan to exhaust themselves with this tedious task. They would rather go to gold sellers and buy gold in exchange for real money. As for player who doesn’t wan to spend money to get rich, there are some widely used methods. These methods may involve a lot of time and patience but are proven rewarding in the long run.
I have several favorite places to mine (all of which depend on what faction you are, either horde or alliance). First off for the alliance I find Elwynn Forest and Azuremyst Isle to be great copper ore mining starter locations. For the horde I find that The Barrens and Eversong Woods are really good areas to free bitcoin miner.
Bags – Next to your backpack you have four slots for additional bags. Buy four bags early, and upgrade them when you can afford it. The more bag space you have, the more loot you can carry, and the fewer trips you’ll have to make back to the vendors or the auction house.
As you’re now trained up, its time to start making some money. As a newbie you’ll start in a copper zone. Maintain your mineral tracking high and hunt out the golden dots on your minimap. These dots represent mineral deposits which is where you need to head to start your mining. Don’t be surprised if you fail at first in your new profession, it will get easier. Keep on mining until you get a couple of stacks of copper, then take this to the forge. When you smelt it your mining skill will increase which will result in fewer failed mining attempts.
Go to Port Sarim and take good range, mage, or melee armor. Go to the entrance of Port Sarim and go east if your facing Port Sarim. You will find earth, air, water, and fire, wizards here. Kill them to get runes and talismans sell the runes to the rune shop close by and sell the talismans to player for 500gp each.
Your Mount! – At level 30 you can buy your first mount. The price is 10 gold for the mount and 35 gold for the riding skill, and that seems like a ton of gold to a lot of level 30s who don’t know how to handle their money. If you follow this guide and control your spending, that coveted horse… or cat… or kodo will be yours.