Of course, money spent on a designer will buy you peace of mind because you can leave the designer to it, but you'll have to wait for a space in their (possibly busy) schedule to get the job done. A template, on the other hand, is ready when you are. All you need to do is add your words and images, and customise the site to suit your business's identity. In fact, a template excels here because you can fuse your expert knowledge of your business with the template's professional design.
It seems that "everyone" hates PowerPoint™! At one time there was even a website dedicated to how poorly presenters use the tool. I'm bucking the trend to tell you that I LOVE PowerPoint™. It's the tool I most use to share my visual messages, organize my thoughts, and convey what I'm thinking. I'm often asked how I do what I do with the tool. I thought I would share 7 ways to use PowerPoint to visualize your thoughts and convey what's in your head so that you, too, might learn to love the tool. And no _ I do not have any financial interest in Microsoft or the MS Office Suite. I simply grew up on Wintel (Windows & Intel) computers using MS Office products and have learned how to make them indispensable tools in my business.