Just about everyone knows about World of Warcraft. It is the largest if the MMORPG games on the marked with in excess of 9 million active accounts. What everyone does not know about is the effort that Blizzard Entertainment puts forth when it comes to cheating and the buying and selling of its intellectual property …gold.
The player base of World of Warcraft by and large looks upon gold selling, power leveling, and other short very unfavorably. There are those in the market (gold sellers) that will try to tell you that the majority of players purchase gold. That just is not true. For the most part the players of World of Warcraft are every day people who play the game as a diversion to the real world.
Blizzard has taken measures to stem the flow of illegal gold into the system. They have banned thousands of accounts and have even taken In Game Dollar, a major provider of World of Warcraft currency to court. Blizzard received an injunction which has eliminated IGD and their subsidiary, Peons4Hire from the game.
The proponents of gold selling have now resorted to article marketing and other forms of advertising to get their message across. Go to any article database and run a search for “World of Warcraft” and you will be covered in an avalanche of poorly written, mistake laden, articles that have been spun and re-spun. It’s easy to spot these types of articles. They usually seem to use poor grammar and sometimes make little if any sense. Those are articles that have been “spun” using one of many software packages.
The long and short of it is that the people providing these articles do not want to bring anything useful to your World of Warcraft experience. All they want is for you to click on their advertisement. The next time that you read an article about World of Warcraft gold or power leveling and it just does not seem quite right remember its your money that they want they could care less about the you or World of Warcraft.