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Re: Auction House bleeting
I'm not a big AH player, but generally on the high-volume items (e.g. ores/bars, cloth, skins, herbs, etc) there's going to be buying traffic no matter what, so you only need to undercut by a very small amount to get your items sold. If Ghost Iron bars are going for 7.5g each, I can get mine moved at 7.4g apiece, guaranteed.
For higher-end stuff, selling for several hundred up to several thousand gold, the volume is much lower - there just aren't as many people looking to buy a specific item in any given time period - so my undercut tends to be a little larger in order to get the item moved. If I make a Masterwork Spiritblade Decimator, and see the lowest priced one in the AH is 4800g, then I'll price mine at about 4600g. Whether the item goes to a happy Death Knight somewhere who's going to equip it, or to the guy with the 4800g listing so he can relist my item at his price, makes no difference to me.