What a week — the blog-o-sphere is on fire with good stuff to read. Hang with me to the very end of this list, they are all excellent.
Croda at marketsforgold had two really good posts — one on how to get a guild bank (which actually points out there are some downsides to it) and one that shows exactly how they evaluate items for flipping potential, step by step.
Staying on the topic of dealing with competition for a moment, on Phat Lewt’s Gold Blog, Mr. Lewt’s wrote a simple post about the basic ways gold earners track the activity of other sellers.
On ALT:ernative, The Godmother posted an excellent take on Blizzard’s new guild mentoring program. I, however, took something else away from the post — her list of questions used when interviewing potential guild members. I always say when I’m looking for people to work with, the only two really important qualifications are that they are cool and smart — most of the rest you can teach.
Finally last but certainly NOT least, Cold from Cold’s Gold Factory gave his opinion on why the old gold earning cliche “buy low, sell normal” is a joke. Also make sure to check out all the great posts that were entered into Cold’s Gold Blogging Carnival for July.