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SteadyRain is a St. Louis-based digital strategy and marketing agency. They have 20 employees, and serve both as a strategic consultancy and perform hands-on marketing and development. SteadyRain offers custom software and web development, SEO, PPC campaigns, and other solutions to create the right campaign. Many of its clients are midmarket companies, though some are also small businesses.Former Clients: Build-a-Bear Workshop, Dent Wizard, Great Rivers Greenway, First Bank, the Missouri Division of Tourism

Client Insights

Industry Expertise



Financial services


Hospitality & leisure




Other industries


Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 35%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 65%

Common Project Size

$50K-$199K 4 projects

$200K-$999K 1 project


  • Build-a-Bear Workshop

Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

6 Reviews

SteadyRain was engaged by a community bank to improve their SEO and manage their pay-per-click campaigns. The agency was also tasked with designing and optimizing the bank's website. The project, which was chosen by the bank's senior vice president and the marketing manager's predecessor, was a local endeavor, as the bank valued the agency's location in St. Louis in addition to their technical skills. The project, which is ongoing, involves building new content for the website every month. The cost of the project, which also includes interactive advertising, is about $300,000.

SteadyRain was selected by an automotive reconditioning company to update their outdated website. The company, which had not selected any platforms yet, found SteadyRain's proposal very well researched and conceptualized. The agency was responsible for the design and development of the site, including wireframing and template design, color arrangements, and building and customizing all the functional elements of the site. They also prepared and migrated all of the company's content and crafted some of the new copy. The project, which is still in a closed beta test and is scheduled for launch in a few months, cost around $100,000.

For an automotive engineering firm, SteadyRain was given the task to overhaul their obsolete website. The agency helped with everything from building database mind maps, identifying problems in the current code, and improving them. The agency also made sure that the new site was mobile-friendly to capture traffic coming exclusively from mobile devices. The project, which is ongoing and has been in process for a few months now, was done in DotNetNuke, a content management system that was selected after considering various options and SteadyRain's recommendation. The project cost a couple hundred thousand dollars.



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