All Lists
>
Rainfactory

Rainfactory - Profile and Reviews

1.0 from 1 Reviews
1710 FRANKLIN STREET, 210
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612
+1 415-484-5789
1710 FRANKLIN STREET, 210
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94612
+1 415-484-5789
Claimed Profile

Business Summary

Service Area
International
1 Reviews in Total
0%
0%
0%
0%
100%
0%
Positive

About Rainfactory

We are a full service Performance marketing firm providing services for eCommerce, apps and enterprise brands. We specialize in: - Online Advertising - Product Positioning Product Launch Marketing Crowdfunding Campaign Management Social Media Marketing

What makes us different

We have launched some of the most succesful consumer products over the last 4 years.

What We Do

  • Branding/Positioning
  • Content Marketing
  • Email Marketing
  • Pay-Per-Click
  • Public Relations
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Web Design
  • Web Development
Location
Rainfactory Reviews
Validated by UpCity
Communication
2/10
Knowledge
1/10
Budgets
$10k+
Unknown
more...
Marketing Consulting/Strategy

Overall Experience

Firsthand experience: We contacted them to explore the possibility of being our marketing agent for our post-crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo Indemand after having concluded 2 successful campaigns on other platforms (Kickstarter included), with over 600+ backers without having any marketing campaign planned. John Skrodenis from Rainfactory contacted us after we submitted our project on their online form, and said he was very interested in our project and for us to arrange a call with him. When we got on a scheduled call, however, he had simply NO CLUE what project we were talking about (obviously, he did not even check- first strike). Secondly, my colleague asked when he'd be able to get back. He promised the same day. Not only he did not do that, he did not even have the decency to send my colleague any further emails even though my colleague tried to follow up again with him- second strike. Lastly he sent me an email a few days later to say "we're still interested in the work you're doing at your organization", asking for us to schedule another call with him. It was good that I didn't waste my time any longer or bother with a reply, because the day after that he sent another email to say that our project basically was just a squirt bottle (we were doing a manual bidet), and that they aren't confident they can be successful. (He could have just said his company is not confident of being successful WITHOUT insulting our project in the same breath). That was basically the last straw, and the last insult that we could take. Take a leaf from my book and do not waste your time with this company.