Gold Making Communities/Resources You Should be Aware Of

As a follow up to the launch of the WoW Gold Making community on Google+, I figured I’d mention some other communities and/or resources I recommend.

The Consortium

The consortium is a great forum for discussing gold making and asking questions (literally, it is mostly a forum). It also includes #theconsortium on Quakenet. The fine folks at the consortium are very helpful, and is home to some of the smartest people in gold making (many advances in gold making would not be possible without them).


There are a lot of prominent gold makers on Twitter. Most of your favourite bloggers, streamers, etc. are likely on twitter. To make things simple I’ve composed a list of WoW Gold Tweeters you should check out, but be sure to follow these people yourself! If you’re not on this list and you think you should be, or you think I missed someone, please let me know.

Also, apparently people don’t realize I am on Twitter. Well, I am, I tweet under @Xsinthis, check me out.


It’s hard to believe this community is only 10 months old, and yet it’s at over 2000 subscribers already. This reddit has a helpful mix of content creators posting some of their best work, and players seeking help in gold making. If reddit is your thing, I definitely recommend checking it out.

WoW Gold Making Google+ Community

Launched fairly hastily this past weekend, the community is already at 40 members. We’ve already got people sharing and talking about gold making, so you should come check us out. Google+ is an awesome platform, and I think everyone should give it a try.

I’m also on Google+ as Eric Dekker (obviously) and my blog has a page as well, The Golden Crusade, but it doesn’t get much attention as my personal profile does.

About the author

Eric Dekker

Gamer. Student. Nerd. Author of The Golden Crusade. Find him on + and Twitter.