What if we tell you that it’s possible to make RM100,000 in less than 6 months? You don’t have to rush here and there, and you can just stay in your bedroom.
Malaysian entrepreneur, Bryan Low has proven that it’s possible, and he did it by selling fashion products online where he gained a massive sale of RM111,668. One might wonder about the amount of huge capital that may be needed to start up the online business.
According to Bryan, he spent only RM400 as the capital for his e-commerce. In his recent Instagram video, Bryan shared a few steps that got him to make an unexpected RM111K in just 5 months.
If you’re clueless about what to sell, Bryan’s first step may be helpful where he started by looking for inspiration for a product via 2 platforms – TikTok Creative Center and Facebook Ad Library. He then browsed through Alibaba to look for the products, and here are some tips from Bryan on how to be selective when choosing your products.
- Wow factor
- Mass appeal + evergreen
- High perceived value + high margin
- Scalable – able to sell RM100k per month
Next comes the part where you decide on your target audience and make an appealing offer that the customers may find hard to say no to. When you’re done with these, it’s time for you to come up with a brand name and a logo. For this, Bryan used ChatGPT for suggestions of the names and Canva to create the logo.
To ensure your customers can check out your items anywhere and anytime, the creation of an e-commerce website comes into play before you create an ad.
“Run ads on TikTok and Facebook and find a winning scale from there”, Bryan said.
When it comes to shipping, Bryan seeks the service of EasyParcel. The amount of money he made in just 5 months was unexpected.
Speaking to WORLD OF BUZZ, Bryan emphasised that he started up with only RM400 capital and not another extra RM30,000 as reported by other media.
“RM30k is my total adspend to generate 6-figure, which is the reinvestment I made from my continuous profit, not my startup capital.”
According to Bryan, everything was done on his own, including the photo shoot process for his products and the recording of the videos.
You can watch the viral clip below and perhaps kickstart your own e-commerce brand.
Of course, Bryan’s way does not guarantee overnight success. It takes effort and patience for your hard work to be awarded. To those who are looking to generate an extra income, are you up to try this?