World of Warcraft is one of the most addictive games. Launched November 23rd, 2004, MMORPG sold-through to consumers an estimated 250,000(a) copies of the game. In just the first day of launch, over 200,000 players created World of Warcraft accounts. Over 100,000 were already playing the game concurrently as of 5:00 p.m. The account-creation and concurrent-user populations are both record numbers for a MMORPG, making World of Warcraft the fastest-growing online game in history.
Playing World of Warcraft needs a smart strategy. You will have to make strategic decisions and pick your battles. Each character has strengths and weaknesses. Be careful not to pick the wrong areas to farm. Keep an eye out on items that are hot in the Auction House and get them first. Follow the market carefully and sell things when the time is right. A technique that many people will and do often overlook is instance gold farming. Here are a few places that you might want to consider when trying to find a place to farm gold solo.
The Deadmines and Ragefire Chasm, are the very easy instances to farm, even at a low level. You should easily make about 20 gold per hour from these. The Social Monastery, is another good area for solo instance gold farming. If you’re at level 60 or higher, this one should be a breeze. Shadowfang Keep, here you should be able to do a complete run in about 15 minutes at level 70. You should end up with at least three stacks of wool, and close to 15 greens.
If you want to know more, there are many articles about how to start a World of warcraft account.