You can tell the gold guide users on the AH though. When you are posting things up, if you are the only one and you put it up for say 1000g. Next time you go to post it might tell you to put it up for 1050g, then 1100g. Then 1200g. etc, ad naseum. It doesn't stay the stay it keeps adding the price till it is WAY out of whack with anything reasonable. Still it's pretty good for posting up stuff so long as you know the price already.
One fairly common issue people have is that older addons they install do not load when they log into the game. This is usually due to the fact that World of Warcraft tags older addons as out of date and aren't automatically loaded unless you tell the game to. This typically happens after a patch, as the game client tends to mark addons as out of date at that point.
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Because it's so much effort to click a button and go to a website? If you don't want to do that, then don't check out their addons. It clearly states in the title that it's from wow-pro. Just avoid them. I wouldn't have thought to go to their website to get an addon because I mostly just search on this site. So I'm glad that they posted even a partial addon and informed me that they have many more on their site. So, no, I won't support your moody, lazy demands of all or nothing. The purpose of addons is to make gameplay easier and more enjoyable. If their willing to invest their time into making amazing addons for the wow community, then you shouldn't bash them for advertising their site. Like Jason said, " If they do gain something from vists, they deserve it."
I've hit level 65 recently and have noticed my leveling speed drop really fast, I knew this would happen but I'm just looking for ways to become a little more efficient with questing. Right now I'm zipping all over the place without much idea on what to do first. Would this ruin the gaming experience though? (I'm still planning on reading all the quests for story). Or is there any alternatives with a lower price tag?. Also is Zygor guides actually any good? And lastly, (sorry for all the questions) is using it going against WoW rules?
It showed what items were on the rise, which ones were stagnant, and which ones were going down. I don't know how accurate it is since I am not familiar with my realms AH yet. I put some things on the AH with the Zygor suggested price and sold about 5k worth of stuff (I had a ton of MoP gems/herbs sitting around). I did use TSM suggestions as well and for the most part they seemed pretty close. But I did do an AH scan with Zygor before posting.