6 Ways to Market Your Business, Product, or Service With Little or No Money

Marketing With No Money

We all wish we could have huge exposure for our business, product, service, cause.

Very few of us have it.

You might have found yourself saying, “if only I had a huge Instagram or twitter following I could blast my message out to millions of people in an instant at no cost”. (Of course, you could always build such a following.)

Or thinking, “if only I could afford a huge ad budget like Coca-Cola I could get the exposure of Superbowl half-time ads and people would know about and flock to my product”.

But of course, at millions of dollars per minute that advertising is out of reach for most people.

So today we’re going to explore the reality of being in an early stage business…having limited resources in particular limited financial resources and what you can do in this situation that will get you big budget results with only a small investment.


1 - Best for Early Stage Businesses & High Value Long Term Clients

2 – Best Way for Artists, Authors, Musicians, Models, and Also Great For Short Term Promotion

3 – Hardest Way But Great If You Get Lucky

4 – Good if Your System is in Place

5 – A Solution that Buys You Time

6 – The Best Way for Most Businesses

Background – The 6 Resources & The Dreamlife Ratio

We’re going to discuss ways to market with little or no money. It’s important to recognize something though…

There is ALWAYS an exchange.

You won’t get away from exchanging something in trade for customers or exposure. What you can do is exchange something you do have in place for money.

In other words, the way we grow our wealth is to exchange what we do have and isn’t as valuable to us for what we don’t have and want.

At Richucation we discovered there are 6 types of resources so by understanding those you can get a long way towards not having to spend money while marketing extremely successfully.

The other thing we can do aside from trading something other than money for exposure and customers is to be more efficient about what we exchange.

Get more out for what we are putting in, which is the essence of our Deal ROI training.

In particular we talk about the Dreamlife Ratio and Factors of Disproportionate Influence to get massive results with minimal output.

These are big parts of what makes Richucation different and helps us to get really rapid highly effective results consistently when others struggle or fail.


Let’s go get exposure, customers, profits on a tiny budget maybe even no money at all!

1 – Best for Early Stage Businesses & High Value Long Term Clients

The first way to market without spending money should be fairly obvious, it’s what most small business owners and entrepreneurs do, it’s continuing to do this that keeps them small, at least in most cases.

What is it?

It’s trading your time instead of trading your money.

This is the hustle.

It’s going knocking on doors.

It’s making phone calls.

It’s attending networking events.

It’s making social media posts.

You should NOT do this as you grow. This sort of behavior will keep you small. If you try to do this in stage 3 business you’ll never get to stage 4 because stage 3 is about building a profitable sales and marketing machine where business can come in the door every day consistently without YOU needing to be out getting it.

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Trading your time is a fantastic way to go at stage 1 and somewhat in stage 2 because you want to get to know your customers.

It puts you belly to belly in conversations with real buyers and potential buyers so you can adjust your product or service, figure out what the market wants, learn how they communicate and consequently what to put into your advertising and messaging to move them to buy.

This is also useful at the start of stage 3 where you might be employing sales people because you learn to systemize what you’re doing and teach it to your sales team so they can replicate it.

There’s one other case where this can be useful…

If each customer is EXTREMELY valuable and long term.

What do I mean by this? If a customer is worth a million dollars to you, it’s going to be a long-term relationship and the value of the customer will grow with time it’s worth it to invest your own time and there isn’t substantial value in having someone else doing it or building a complex system.

This is best illustrated by a real like case study:

Case Study – Warren Buffett Turns 13 Clients Into $80 billion

Although he’s actually not a bad salesman, Warren Buffett only ever really got 13 customers and those 13 customers have led to his deca-billion-dollar fortune.

Sure, along his journey he had to sell his professors, he’s built a team he needs to communicate with and engage, and of course he’s done various deals to buy companies over time but the only people ever to really give HIM money in his investing business were the investors in his first partnerships (officially 7 partnership arguably with 13 “customers” though some of these customers were small families).

Back in 1956 Buffett was working for his mentor Ben Graham who ran a famous investing partnership. But Graham decided to retire and close the partnership down so Buffett moved back home to Omaha.

There he started Buffett Associates Ltd. with 6 family members as partners. Over the next few years he adds a few other partnerships through a few other investors initially recommended by Ben Graham and through his social circles as well as asking one doctor who was a client to bring together some other doctors for an investment.

After this he never ended up needing more customers.


Because he could compound their money. In his business each of those customers was worth a fair amount to him If he did well (and of course he did) but more importantly the more he grew their money the more valuable they became to him.

If you’ve got customers who are extremely valuable and long term like this, it’s not so necessary to ever move away from direct personal sales.

Richucation Personal Marketing Tip

A lot of small business entrepreneurs make the mistake of believing because they are trading their time for money it is free. This isn’t true, your time has value often more valuable than money, which is why as you grow you want to get away from it and rely on a sales force or advertising.

When you realize you’re investing your time and your time has value it makes sense to also consider how efficiently and effectively you’re spending that time. In other words, it costs you to do bad marketing using your time.

To help address this apply the same principles of marketing you use in any other situation:

  1. Target the right people – most networking is ineffective because you’re not talking to the right people
  2. Communicate a compelling offer – WHAT you’re selling matters and will make a huge difference in your success as will what messaging you wrap it in
  3. Master communicating the way your customers buy – know the difference between a poor sales person and a great sales person? It’s all in how they communicate so if you’re going to be in front of people it makes sense to learn to communicate with them effectively so you’re making the most of your time and theirs

2 – Best Way for Artists, Authors, Musicians, Models, and Also Great For Short Term Promotion

Unless each customer is REALLY valuable you’ll never do particularly well marketing by using your time, you simply can’t talk to enough people at once (public speaking helps but then you’ve got to fill the room and how do you do that? It brings you back to this same problem and also our next method).

Some of the strategies we’ll discuss later work best for most businesses both mid and long term but not for all.

The classic examples are how do you succeed in marketing yourself if you’re a musician or author where each customer will spend maybe $20 with you?

It turns out this method works really well for a lot of other businesses though especially if you’re doing a short-term promotion.

In fact, when I used to be in the event business we found this was the most effective method to fill rooms and led to some incredible marketing successes for us when others said it was impossible.

So, what is this magic?

Instead of trading money you trade relationships by getting others to promote you.

You can achieve this in a few different ways.

The easiest where possible especially for artists, authors, musicians, etc. is to collaborate with others who have a similar market.

For example, you say how the musical artist Pitbull exploded doing “featuring” songs with a whole host of other artists essentially combining the audiences and giving exposure they might not have otherwise.

How does this work? Well, you’ve got an audience even if it’s small. These are the people you know and who know you, these are your Facebook friends and any customers or fans you get. As you grow you’ll of course grow these numbers.

Others have the same. Your objective is to say “let’s collaborate, both promote this to our audience and therefore get double or triple the exposure we would normally”.

Obviously, you’ve got to do this with people or businesses you actually respect and believe your audience would like, which there’s a good chance of if they are similar to you.

You’ll notice this is very reminiscent of one of the main strategies in the Formula for Building a HUGE Instagram Following.

Also note, you don’t have to collaborate with those who are the same as you they could be complimentary.

For example, if you had a business offering cleaning services you might pair up with a furniture business or a realtor.

The ideal is to find collaborations you can do over and over again or with multiple people in the same space rather than exclusive cross promotion because each person or business has a new audience and you can expand your audience rapidly through collaborations.

It’s not always practical to do a swap though so in those cases where a swap or joint promotion isn’t possible you can lean on relationships.

This is where you call up an influencer you know and say something to the effect “I need your help, could you please…” and state your ask. It might be asking them to bring out multiple people they know for an event you’re hosting, sending a promotional email, doing a social media post, inviting their friends, etc.

How do you get 50 people to attend an event?

Easy you get 7 people who know, like, and trust you with whom you’ve got relationship capital to each commit to bringing 7 people to help you out.

The downside of this strategy is you can’t do it repeatedly as an ongoing method of marketing as you’ll burn out those relationships but for an occasional promotion or launch it’s fantastic.

How do you find these people? Try our climbing the ladder networking method.

Case Study – Mint.com 1 million users in 6 months

Noah Kagan joined the Mint.com team with the goal of heading up their marketing and getting them I believe it was 500,000 users in a year.

How did he do it?

Aside from a few other strategies he started building relationships with personal finance blogs and other related publications with followings.

Rather than reaching out to them and asking for exposure (don’t do that, it doesn’t work well when you haven’t built relationships capital), he reached out to share with them how cool the product was they were developing (this was during prelaunch) and get feedback.

Over several months they built a relationship and excitement over the product as the bloggers, media people, etc. developed a relationship with the brand and the product in testing and providing feedback.

When it finally came time to launch he had relationships with these people, they knew and liked the product and he was able to ask, “would you mind writing an article about it?”

Of course, at this stage they were happy to and the exposure resulted in double the number of users targeted in half the time.

You can do the same in your business building and leveraging relationships as a principle method of marketing.

Richucation Relationship Marketing Tip

When you do this make sure you turn this exposure into an audience and an asset so you can reuse it again and again without relying on the collaborations.

How do you do this?

Collect emails, gain social media followers, build brand recognition and spot influencers among them to invest time in building personal relationships with.

For example, if you got 7 each of whom brought 7 identify more (say another 7) from among the 50 to invest time with building personal relationships over the next while to grow your network of champions.

3 – Hardest Way But Great If You Get Lucky

This next method isn’t exactly a direct trade but can be a skill you learn so let’s call it a means of using your expertise.

More than anything else on this list it’s very hard to predict and to achieve success you’ve got to be willing to try a lot of things and pay attention to what works.

In fact it’s so random we don’t recommend you rely on it instead we recommend you use it as fuel to boost another solid strategy.

What is this method?


What is virality?

It’s when people start sharing what you’ve got and spreading the message on their own because they like it.

You’re probably familiar with viral videos but it could be viral images, articles, videos, events, etc.

There’s plenty of tenants to achieving virality and we devote an entire section of the 7 sections in our Marketing ROI program to covering how to create viral spread.

For now, the easiest thing to understand is:

  • You want to make it easy to share
  • You want to make it stand out so it’s got novelty
  • You want to focus more on it spreading fast than it spreading a lot

This is where producing content often comes in.

Keep in mind though not all content platforms are viral for example, Instagram isn’t a particularly viral platform whereas Facebook is. If you want to be viral you need to make it accessible on viral platforms and encourage continuation of this.

There’s a bunch of tricks you can use depending on the field you’re in.

Case Study – Old Spice guy commercial gets 55 million Youtube views

In 2010 Old Spice was a lagging brand being dominated by Dove and Axe so they wanted a way to stand out and create buzz.

To do so they created a now famous commercial titled “The Man Your Man Could Smell Like”.

It spawned a viral session. To date the Youtube video has been viewed 55 million times, but this just scratches the surface.

The campaign spawned follow up engagement with audiences called Questions and Responses. One of the Questions videos alone has been viewed 25 million times.

The campaign has gone on to serve as a case study for viral marketing worldwide.

Another notable example from a smaller company is for the product Poo-Pouri whose viral videos launched them to prominence. One video along has been watched over 40 million times.

Consider how much advertising would need to be spent to get that much exposure.

Richucation Virality Tip

Achieving virality isn’t purely random, nor is it purely audience driven.

Generally, you’ll find virality is something that builds onto an existing campaign and requires a certain critical mass.

In other words, you don’t simple produce an image or video and have it go viral in most cases. You usually need to put enough marketing behind it or enough exposure through one place or another to get enough people sharing it to kick off the craze.

Since it’s so hard to predict what will work (you might say funny but lots of funny videos don’t go viral and a bunch of videos that aren’t funny do) so the key lies in following the approach of the site Upworthy.

Create a bunch of different options you think will be good, then test them and refine building on what works cutting off the losers and feeding and refining the ones with the best response.

For more information check out our program on Marketing ROI.

4 – Good if Your System is in Place

What small business owners often dream about is performance-based marketing or sales.

What do I mean?

Hiring commission only sales people, getting affiliates paid based on client acquisition to promote your product or service, etc.

In my experience usually, this is short sighted and normally doesn’t work very well for them for two key reasons:

  1. It’s hard to get people to work for you or promote you on a performance only basis
  2. When they are working performance only your ability to manage and optimize their process goes down

It makes sense it’s hard to get people because the best people are getting offers for performance plus extras.

Small business owners often think “if they are good and can deliver results they should be willing to work just for commission or performance fees” but this ignores the reality of the market where the best people are in high demand and so to sweeten the pot others are offering them upfront fees plus performance bonuses.

Put yourself in their shoes if you were being offers $100k+ commission or just commissions, which would you choose as a top sales person?

The result is often it’s very hard to recruit people (sometimes meaning it would have been easier simply to focus that time on getting customers then investing what you made off those customers into hiring someone good not performance only) and the people you do recruit are far from the best.

Since they aren’t the best it becomes more necessary to help them succeed by directing their efforts and guiding their process to actually get results.

The problem here is when you’re paying someone you can tell them what to do, when you’re not paying them it becomes much more difficult to do so.

What’s the solution to all of this?

Small business entrepreneurs often see hiring commission only sales people and affiliates as a solution to not knowing how to market and sell.

The exact opposite is true.

The best sales people and best affiliates want to market and sell where they can make a lot of money.

For them to make the most money means your part of the process they don’t control needs to be tight otherwise you might persuade them to promote or sell for you but you’ll burn the relationships and your reputation when they don’t get the results they want.

In other words if you want affiliates to send you leads you need to be able to close them and make them worth a lot.

If you want sales people to work on commission only you need an amazing system to deliver them lots of quality leads and help them turn those leads into loyal buyers.

This is where most small business entrepreneurs go wrong, they want to abdicate responsibility for the marketing process because they aren’t good at it but no one will do it for you.

Your job is to build a system that works then recruit others to work and compliment the system.

This process of making your overall campaign and pipeline tight is what we teach in detail in our Campaign ROI program where we walk you through step by step how to build campaigns that make money where you can invest a dollar and get two dollars back.

Or in our Built With You and Built For You Profitable Sales and Marketing Machine programs where we actually get involved hands on in helping you we do the same thing but to an even higher degree.

Build a Profitable Sales and Marketing Machine for your business where you can invest a dollar and get two dollars up and scale it but also where you don’t have to be involved at all in the marketing and selling so you’re free to enjoy the lifestyle you wanted when you became an entrepreneur or focus your time on actually growing the business to stages 4 and 5 where you make massive profits and leave a lasting impact.

Case Study – Legacy vs Jablonski

We’ve got a lot of clients who use these strategies successfully so we’re going to contrast a case where it was done right with another company in our social circle we didn’t work with who did it wrong.

The first was a pure sales organization called Legacy Enterprises, which specialized in customer acquisition mostly for large brands.

They worked on a very hard type of sales called canvasing where their agents went door to door selling services like cable TV, cable internet, gas and power services, bottled water, payment processing both to businesses and consumers.

Now, just imagine how hard this process is to walk into a business or home for the first time having never met the person and walk out with a sale.

Think how easily a sales person could get demoralized and want to quit.

Now add to this the fact that when the founder of the company started he couldn’t afford to pay people full time wages and as a result needed to resort to hiring people commission only.

If you were a sales person, just spent a day walking door to door getting rejected and not made a single dollar how would you feel? How long would you last?

However, amazingly, not only did sales people last some of them became career types and the company grew to $1.4 million within just a few short years.


First, they had a process for sales that worked to produce consistent results. Anyone could learn the process and get results.

Second, they installed great management and training systems including shadowing, being paired with someone getting results to learn in the field, role playing, sales drills, etc. to make sure every new hire learned the system and could get results quickly.

Third, they implemented a regular rhythm of daily and weekly activities to keep everyone on track, motivated, aligned and most importantly accountable to doing the activities and following the system to get them results.

Compare this to how to do it badly – Jablonski.

In this case the owner who was a skillful though unreliable sales person himself hired a team of former sales colleagues on commission only, great job step one.

However, he didn’t have a predictable system that worked instead relying on his own skills and knowledge to randomly pick up sales here and there. There was no system for getting new qualified leads and no system for turning those leads into buyers.

He proceeded to provide virtually no training, no role playing, no drilling, essentially leaving the sales people to their own devices trying to pick up and close business.

Finally, he failed to hold them accountable to regular metrics, activities, and systems that worked.

The results?

This whole team of sales people collectively failed to achieve more than three sales resulting in barely more than $20k in revenue, they earned almost nothing in commissions, became discouraged and quit ruining his relationship and trust with them.

Make sure if you’re going to go down the performance based compensation road you adequately support those performance based sales people and marketers to get results. Your job is to make them successful and this means refining everything in your control to a finely oiled machine.

For more details regarding how to do this please check out our Campaign ROI program and Built With You Profitable Sales & Marketing Machine program.

Richucation Performance Sellers Tip

It’s important to understand what the people you’re hiring have expertise in and therefore how to compliment them. Affiliates typically are great at lead generation but not conversions. Sales people are typically good at closing but not generating leads.

So often entrepreneurs haven’t taken the time to deconstruct their sales problem to see where it’s weak and then build a solution accordingly. In our experience the first problem of small business owners is getting in front of enough qualified people. Without understanding how to do this they resort to hiring sales people thinking “they will bring sales” but this is rarely true and normally the result is a loss of $10k+ in wages not to mention time, training, management, etc.

Deconstruct your weaknesses then address solving them systematically. Check out the Free Goal Achievement Structure training we put together to help with this.

5 – A Solution that Buys You Time

The next method is what’s used commonly in Silicon Valley and venture backed start-ups.

This isn’t a magical solution long term but what it does is buys you time, which as a small business entrepreneur, solopreneur, etc. going it alone you don’t have because you simply don’t have the money, you need to generate and live off revenue.

What is this mystery method?

It’s to raise capital from external sources in order to be able to afford marketing, which doesn’t have to pay off for quite some time.

This allows you to go through a learning curve.

It allows you to pay for customers now and make up for it over months or years on their lifetime value.

Let me repeat this is NOT a great long term solution in fact this solution is only worthwhile if you eventually figure out some other way, generally the method we’ll talk about in #6. However, it’s often what’s needed for small businesses to gain some ground.

What’s the big problem with this?

Raising money is a form of marketing in and of itself and can be as challenging as getting customers for your product or service.

It’s also limited by the fact that you can only raise so much money based on the valuation of the company whereas you can theoretically get unlimited customers making marketing a far better source of capital long term.

To learn some tips for raising capital check out our article on How to Raise Money For Your Business or Project.

Case Study – Facebook

When it started Facebook wasn’t making any money they were simply spending money. They were however growing their user base very rapidly through viral growth.

To pay for servers, to continue development, to continue to eat they needed money. Where would that money come from?

They could go sell advertising but they weren’t set up to do so and they weren’t sure how doing so would affect their platform.

It wouldn’t have simply been a challenge of getting the customers, they didn’t have a technology platform within their system to easily process those and finding advertising customers would have been a distraction away from their core focus, which was continuing to expand a platform of users that was growing extremely rapidly organically.

So, they turned to outside investors. Some top venture capitalists such as Paypal’s Peter Thiel provided early stage funding and brought credibility to win over the big VC firms and pave the way ultimately not just for a better team but also for a future IPO.

At the time it made sense to invest because the company was growing fast even though profits hadn’t showed up yet. Thiel and others knew getting users organically and virally at little to no cost was one of the greatest challenges, which over time could be worth a lot so they took a bet. Turns out it was a good one as they made billions.

Richucation Capital Raising Tip

Entrepreneurs often naively look at raising capital as a way to mask a poor business then wonder why they are struggling to raise capital.

It’s important to understand raising capital isn’t a substitute for the underlying fundamentals The Formula of successful entrepreneurship and successful business. It is an enhancement to run the business better.

If you never learn to nail the fundamentals the capital will dry up in time.

The best way to be able to raise capital therefore is to have nailed one or multiple of the other methods outlined here so the investors can see they are investing into something high yield.

If putting their money in results in huge outsized growth it will reward them and they’ll put in more “what gets rewarded gets repeated”. If their money gets spent with nothing much to show for it that gravy train will end really fast.

This bring us to our last and most important method.

6 – The Best Way for Most Businesses

For most small businesses marketing is an expense.

In many large institutions repeat business pays for an ongoing marketing budget without concrete accountability for the results.

But if you want to grow a small business there is one way that’s by far the best way and everything else is gravy.

This is to earn a positive return on your marketing dollars by turning the advertising or sales spend into profit.

What do I mean?

The way the best businesses, the fastest growing businesses on the planet grow and the way you should too is to build a system, a machine where you can spend a dollar and get at least a dollar but ideally two or more dollars back almost immediately.

How does this work?

Say you pay a sales person $3000 for a month. They go make some calls and this results in acquiring a couple new customers each of which pay you $5000 so you made $10,000 in revenue. Say your cost of goods sold is $5000 so you made $5000 in gross profit. You had to pay the sales person $3000 so that’s your cost of sales and you’re left with $2000.

What just happened?

First, you got your $3000 back so you can pay the sales person again the next month. If they have a solid system, they can repeat the process again each month and you never have to take a dollar out of your pocket to pay them.

Additionally, you made an extra $2000, which you can reinvest into growing the business. After two months of this you’ll have $4000 so you can use it to hire another sales person now you’ve got two, which with a good system can each generate $10,000 so you’re up to $20,000 and so on.

Notice, you didn’t need more than a few thousand dollars to start, which you got back within 30 days so you didn’t need a big budget to market. In many cases you need a lot less than this to get started (see the case study below).

THIS is how businesses are ultimately built.

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Now, of course, this is easier said than done. As we mentioned above most small businesses hiring their first sales person far from making money on them actually lose money and don’t get results. Hence because of their lack of confidence in their system or lack of a system at all they are afraid to spend money on the person or advertising.

This is such a big problem it represents the key inflection point in a business moving from Stage 3 to Stage 4 in business growth.

It is the #1 predictor of how much money you’ll make as a small business entrepreneur.

So what’s the solution?

You need to build a system not reliant on any one person you hire where to the extent the system is used it spits out profit. We call this a Profitable Sales & Marketing Machine because it works you don’t and it works profitably spitting out profit each month so you can focus on growing the business and actually enjoy the life you wanted when you became an entrepreneur.

So if that sounds good to you we’ve made it one of our core focuses at Richucation to help entrepreneurs precisely with breaking through this challenge because it’s made the biggest difference for us not only in business and wealth but also in lifestyle.

Check out our Campaign ROI program, which walks you through step by step the process of predictably turning your marketing dollars into profit using a proven template for getting consistent results regardless of business or industry.

Or if you’d like more direct assistance where we actually work with you directly step by step to build out a profitable sales and marketing machine in your business you can apply to work with us to see if there’s a fit.

Case Study – Augesir Recruiting

When I started my second business I had no idea how to market and sell I only knew it was important. I hated sales and I sucked at it. I tried all the things described above networking, selling on my own, getting referrals, etc.

I got some business from this but it was unpredictable one month we’d get a great new client and make some money the next month or two we’d make nothing.

It was stressful, I couldn’t predict my income, which made budgeting hard. I tried different sales model, different products and customers but I didn’t have the skills.

Everything changed when I nailed down by accident what to sell and who to sell it to. Then in a very short time I was able to hire someone just part time at first because I had almost no money. They worked for me 10 hours per week doing sales. It cost me $120/week and made me $3000 that first month.

Taking this success, I was able to triple the number of hours I paid the sales person for and grew the income to $9000/mo.

The best part? I wasn’t doing the sales, which I hated myself. I spent about 2 hours per week managing the sales people and was able to focus on what I enjoyed.

You might say the key was hiring someone, that helped but I’d hired someone before and lost thousands of dollars.

The key was figuring out who to market to and how to market to them, then hiring someone to work the system for me, focusing on coaching them to do well rather than doing it myself, controlling my risk through a small test then scaling up when it worked.

Richucation Profitable Marketing Tip

If you want a profitable sales and marketing system it helps to understand the steps involved in going from a cold market to making money. Often people think “I’m not getting sales” but the question is “why?”

By laying out a flow of the steps that need to happen to get new business you can work on what’s weak and address it.

Are you getting in front of the right people?

Heck do you know who the right people are?

How are you capturing and qualifying them?

Are the people you’re getting in front of converting?

Are they spending enough money with you to be worth the effort?

Are you reaching them inexpensively enough or do you need to find ways to drive down the costs?

Here’s the formula – you need a list of people to reach ideally high value customers.

You need a way to convert them from a cold audience into leads.

You need a way to get them to buy.

You need to make sure they spend enough money with you.

Then you systemize the process, you apply people, templates, technology and automation to remove yourself from the process and scale up.

Which of these is a breakdown for you in your business?

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