The RillUp Revolution
RillaUP brings talented people together with Entrepreneurs who need help.
The people, are Rillas, the method, is Guerrilla Startups.
You have an idea, but don’t know where to start?
Starting a new business can be very expensive. There are design, production, development, and advertising costs. Don’t forget legal costs and considerations or longterm business planning.
There’s a solution:
Each of these areas demands expert attention if you want your business to have a chance to succeed.
This gateway has prevented countless individuals with great ideas from taking the first step.
Worse than that:
If you have some capital to get started and invest in a freelancer or advisor, there is no guarantee that the individual will put forth their best effort.
In most cases, their fees are flat, and motivation is limited. They are concerned with getting paid rather than that you succeed.
Here’s what you do:
Search RillaUp partners for the right person to fit into your business. You can either get a one-time rockstar to knock out a great website, logo, or professional advice.
You understand they only get paid when you do, so they need to believe in your business. You’re going to be paying these people a premium over time, but if it gets over that giant staring line, it’s worth every penny.
You want to partner
You’re awesome in your industry, you have great ideas, you make big clients lots of money.
This is what we think:
You deserve the opportunity to make 10X your normal rate with a company that you help launch.
Browse the current projects, find a project, and a founder that you believe in.
These are the type of gigs everyone wants but until now have rarely been able to be a part of.
The Rilla Founder brings their ideas, skills, and any capital to the table as a project.
They identify the areas where they need assistance to get their new venture off the ground.
Then, there are two options:
The Founder will list their project, post either jobs or partner requests.
The Founder can search out qualified Rilla Partners or may be contacted by interested Rillas as well.
When a match is made, you will both sign a negotiated contract for the work.
Jobs – One time gigs
The Founder can post a specific job with a capped payout. It’s not a long term deal but can likely grow into a full partnership.
Partnerships – You’re in Business
Find the person that you will work well with. Share a belief in this venture, and make it happen.
The fee is paid via a percentage of the company profit which the founder designates but is always negotiable.
The Founder can end the contract with the stipulation that they will pay an extra 2 months of commissions at the negotiated rate, and four additional months at half the negotiated rate.
These are the current jobs available to list with set payouts:
The fee is $3,000. In your job post, you will describe your project and your goals for the logo. When you find a designer you want to work with, you sign a contract with the designer. Upon completion of the logo, you will pay 2% of gross revenue until paid in full.
The fee is $1,500. In your job post, you will describe what kind of advice you’re looking for? It could be the general direction to take the business, what type of site to build, how to monetize it in the long term, advice on specific software, etc. You will receive a 1-hour consultation either in-person or remotely. You sign a contract with the consultant. You will pay 2% of gross revenue until paid in full.
3D Product Design
The fee is $2,000. In your job post, you will describe the type of product you are looking to make in general. You will have an opportunity to go into further detail later with your chosen designer. You will pay 2% of gross revenue until paid in full.
BlogPost / Article
The fee is $1,500. In your job post, you will describe in general what you are looking for in the article. You will have an opportunity to go into further detail later with your chosen writer. You will pay 2% of gross revenue until paid in full.
The fee is $15,000. This type of site would be used for an informational page, landing page, business page, etc. In your job post, you will describe in general what you are looking for on the website. This site will be a static site or landing page with little to no dynamic functions, but you or another designer would be able to edit and update it. You will pay 2% of gross revenue until paid in full.
Website Blog / Article site
The fee is $25,000. This type of site will be one where you are able to frequently update the site, post articles, blog posts, or possibly add something that would be considered a “post”. In your job post, you will describe in general what you are looking for in the website. You will describe what type of posts you will be adding. You will pay 2% of gross revenue until paid in full.
The fee is $100,000. This type of site would incorporate a shopping cart and be highly dynamic to add products, change pricing, upload promotions, control inventory, and any other required features as agreed upon.
This could be any percentage depending on the partnership’s scope and the time needed by the partner. An occasional advisor might be 2%. A CEO might be 50%.
Depending on the type of site and frequency of writing, this could range from 10%-50%. If your site is primarily a blog site and the writer will be putting in most of the work to the site, this would be higher, but consider the additional work with site management, marketing, and finance.
5-20% for ongoing support and updates.
As the individual who manages the day to day operations of processing shipments, customer service, general site maintenance, etc. this partner could be in the 20-50% range.
Having an accountant on standby for tax purposes, advice and financial planning would typically range in the 2%-10% range.
Depending on the needs of the company, this could range from 2%-10%.
Depending on the needs of the company, a standby legal consultant could range from 2%-5%.
This person might be involved with managing all aspects of a site’s marketing, branding, SEO, SEM, advertising, etc. Depending on the scope of this person’s role, this percentage could range from 5%-30%.