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Well, you’ve got options. 

One is hiring an expensive designer/developer to do it for you. 

But, I’m betting you want a pro website without the pro price tag. But what’s the best route to take?

That very conundrum is what sends so many people straight into the waiting and eager arms of Squarespace, Wix, Weebly and ShowIt. 

I get it, it’s easier. You don’t have time to google every term you don’t understand and what if you get stuck on something and lose momentum?

But, listen. Easier isn’t always better. 

A friend recently posted this on Facebook, and, I mean, this is exactly why those website builders are not where you want to start. 

This is the biggest danger of using Squarespace, Wix, Weebly or ShowIt. 

All your hard work is stuck on their platform. If you get annoyed with their customer service, or the way they charge, tough luck. 

And trust me, they charge up the wazoo for stuff that shouldn’t cost anything.

They control your website, your content and your “list” (the names + emails of potential clients that you work so hard to collect.)

I’ve got a better option for you. 

WordPress is a more flexible platform, and it completely transferable from one host to another. If you don’t like the host you are using, you can move to another without losing anything. 

And I’ve created a course (with a literal ton of bonuses) that will teach you everything you need to know about creating your own custom WordPress website. 

Here’s what’s included:

And on top of ALL of that, you also get access to a group + forum exclusively for members of this course – where you can get feedback, ask questions and get personal feedback from me. 

The price tag is $297. When I designed websites, I charged $7500. 

I tell you that to explain that my motivation isn’t getting rich, it’s helping real people create a custom website on a platform that gives them complete autonomy, allows them to attract their ideal clients, and doesn’t break the bank.