A THRIFTY TikToker has claimed he can make more than $1,000 in a day from his Amazon side hustle.
The influencer said one of the perks is that it can be done from the comfort of your home.
In a video, he revealed the side hustle involves three steps.
First, you can sign up to become an Amazon seller online.
Then, the TikToker uses software such as Helium 10 – a tool that helps identifies the best-selling products as well as items that generate the most money.
The app has a raft of filters and entrepreneurs can use them to tailor it to their needs.
Products can be sourced from suppliers such as Alibaba before they are sold online.
The influencer claimed: “The cool thing is that you don’t need to touch your products. They’re shipped from the manufacturer to Amazon.
“So whenever someone buys your product, you don’t have to do anything. Amazon ships it out for you.”
Data reveals that most Amazon sellers make around $1,000 a month, according to Jungle Scout.
But, some can make a whopping $25,000 a month.
Skeptical viewers have been left with questions, claiming the side hustle is more complicated than it appears.
It can cost up to $39.99 a month to sell items on Amazon and there are fees attached.
Viewers also joked that they’re “too lazy” to sell items online.
Dozens of influencers have revealed how they’ve managed to earn extra cash.
A TikToker, known as Shanelle, has revealed how Target fans can earn money by promoting the retailer’s products.
Entrepreneur Andrea De La Flor has claimed she can earn up to $5,000 a week thanks to her career as an affiliate marketer.
And, printing enthusiast Heather has claimed to have generated $100,000 in revenue in just three months.
She utilizes print on demand– a process that allows sellers on sites such as Etsy to advertise items without printing, packing, or shipping.
Sellers can create and advertise custom designs on items such as shirts, hats, or mugs.
But you don’t need to own or create any physical inventory.
Once an order is placed, the printing and shipping of the product are handled by a third-party supplier.
Print on demand is also available for sellers on other platforms such as Amazon and Shopify.