|Addons - get it? lol|
I used to use Auctioneer but it was broken by one of the patches last year and didn't get updated for a while so I switched to Auctionator. I also use Trade Skill Master (TSM) but not to its' full potential, I'm sure!
Other addons I use related to gold making are MySales & Auditor as well as RecipeProfit for Gathermate (although not so much these days).
MySales gives me a quick overview of what's sold in the last time period - you can set it for 7 days, 1 month or alltime & you can also set it per character or per server/faction. You can see a list of individual sales via your mailbox or you can go to the Items tab & it shows sales by item which you can sort in a couple of ways. There are only 2 commands to remember too /ms window opens the view below & /ms config opens the configuration/settings window - nice and easy to remember for my ageing brain cells!
|MySales addon Items window|
|Auditor addon example|
The bottom half of the window isn't shown but it has a list of all your other characters on the same faction & server so you can check their balances/earnings without having to log them. I don't use that bit very much to be honest but it's there if you want it.
RecipeProfit for Gathermate is very useful when you are out & about in Azeroth. It adds vendor sold recipes/plans details etc to your minimap so you can easily find the vendor. With so much to do in Mists of Pandaria, it will be a while before I'm doing much lowbie stuff but when I do, I often stop by the vendors to grab a few of these recipes. An Outland recipe run in particular used to be very profitable although I haven't tried it in a long while now.
So those are my 3 extra gold making addons. I don't think any of them are totally necessary & TSM covers much of this data too. I just like the very simple, 'quick glance to get info' usefulness of them. I use the TSM Accounting module when I want to look at specific items sales/profits or drill down for much more detailed analysis or to see when I've messed up my sales price & made a loss on something! I've been lucky there though!
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