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Thursday, 21 June 2012

Quick update to the podcasts i listen to.

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Updated as of 10th June 2012.

As well as the blog roll on my blog the gold making community in World of Warcraft is active in podcasting.  Times change and podcasts and blogs come and go.  And some are restarted.

Below are the podcasts i listen to as well as the non-gold making podcasts related to World of Warcraft that i also listen to.

As ever, it is not only the ideas the hosts discuss but the thinking behind the ideas that is of benefit to us all.  And they make for good listening.  Indeed, i tend to need to be doing something mundane like gathering whiptail or milling / crafting if i am listening to them.

They are in alphabetical order split between the pure gold making podcasts and the podcasts what are about the World of Warcraft in general.  For a complete list of Gold making Blogs and Podcasts see The PowerwordGold Blog Directory.

Pure gold making

Auction House Junkies - Hosted by Cold and Wes from Cold's Gold Factory and Capped by Cata, respectively

Call to Auction – hosted by Euripides and guest.

Powerword:Gold - Hosted by Fluxdada from Powerword:gold and a guest host.

The Mana Cooler - Hosted by George

Addicited to Azeroth – inactive as of October 2011

Mixture of gold making but mostly other World of Warcast

The Instance - Hosted by hosted by Scot Johnson, Dills and Turpster from Frogpants Studios, AIE Podcast and The Incredible Podcast of Amazing Awesomeness respectively

Warcraft Lounge - Hosted by Chris and Ryan, going since November 2010, range of topics and debate.


  1. Thanks heaps for the links.

    I used to listen to AH Junkies when ever it came out but their release schedule was too erratic and sporadic for my tastes.

    The instance is a mainstay for many, but with being in the current state of the wow cycle (and not much happening) it's been a little quiet there.

    I find though that listening to podcasts can be somewhat frustating at times and many of them are produced by people who don't stick to strict release schedules, have a poor format or don't provide any constructive content.

    It's difficult to build a subscriber/listener base of you cannot remain professional, consistent and provide an engaging listening experience and whilst every second joe 'wanna be' out there puts up a new podcast as the latest and greatest, very few ultimately develop them into a show worth listening to that's both informative, timely and engaging.

    I'll have to check out these ones you've linked to update my iPod (always makes the daily work transmute more tolerable!).

    Thanks for posting these up!

  2. yes, i agree. for many, i suspect, life moves on or the workload in maintaining a consistent podcast becomes too great.

    if there are other podcasts people listen to then be sure to post them here :)


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