Very well explained and easy to understand. I do believe you didn’t include what a lot of people don’t think when they are trying the DIY thing. People don’t take in consideration the time they are spending on web developing instead of using their time and expertise on developing their product or service. Wasting somehow a lot of money doing something that’s not adding any balanced value to their website. For example: a jewelry designer/creator that earns around $75/hour regularly, putting 100 hours (to be conservative) into learning all this to save maybe $1,000; doesn’t make sense until you explain it to them.
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