Meet Steph. She’s a personal trainer and has a handful of clients, but she needs a lot more clients in order to continue pursuing her dream job.

Steph needs an amazing website to market
her services and attract new clients.

Steph did some research and decided that WordPress was probably the best option for her. After all, WordPress is free, it powers almost a third of all websites, and the discount hosting provider she found even offers a simple 1-click install. Great!

Frustration. Or, trying to build a website yourself.

Building a website was a lot of work and she wasn’t satisfied with the results. Her site was slow, kind of ugly, and she spent a way too much time looking for themes and plugins, only to find many of them unsupported, too complicated, or just too expensive.

When she finally found the right plugins, she needed to update them almost every week—precious time that would be better spent writing new blog posts to attract new clients.

At first, she was good about updating her plugins. But after a while she became less diligent, and soon her site got hacked, costing her even more time and money to fix. To make matters worse, her backup plugin wasn’t configured properly and she lost all of her content.

Frustrated, Steph decided to try one of the website builder services she saw advertised on the web. It was flashy and fairly easy to use, but it wasn’t as flexible as WordPress (and a lot of other websites looked exactly like hers). She also didn’t like being locked in to their proprietary system. If she ever needed to expand her site, she would have to start again from scratch.

Despair. Now what to do?

Steph decided what she really needed was a custom WordPress website built for her, but she lost all hope when she saw what a web agency wanted to charge her for even a basic website.

She was ready to give up. Then she remembered her friend Eric.

Eric runs a successful online business, and he has never complained to Steph about the trouble of running and managing his website. Eric told her about – a friendly company that takes away all the pain points associated with running a website.

They set up a custom website for him on his own domain and handled the hosting, plugin updates, and support as well. Eric doesn’t have a good design-sense, so they helped him customize the site design. All he had to do was add content.

Hope! Things are starting to look up.

Steph decided to heed Eric’s advice and checked out and couldn’t believe how great a deal it was. She signed up immediately, customized her new website with her logo and color scheme, and started blogging.

She’s been creating content for a few weeks. With the help of turnkeyWP’s extensive documentation and marketing library, Steph has even created a few custom landing pages targeting relevant search keywords.

Having saved well over a $2,500 in upfront costs and spending less per month than doing it all herself, Steph is now a happy camper (and well on her way to fulfilling her dream).

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