Ok, that makes more sense.
I can see why you'd want some outside advice... your site has a lot going on without a clear message, value or clear design.
You'll have the best success working from suggestions rather than looking cold. But if you don't get, or don't like the suggestions of colleagues, think outcome versus inputs. If you're getting people who don't know what they're doing, chances are you're either giving them too little to work with or looking too far down the ladder.
As a marketer, the more you succeed, the more you get to charge... Trying to save a few bucks and avoid the "expensive guys" generally means more time gets spent from people who know how to tweak, not shift. That's not to say you should pick someone because they're pricey but rather than if you're thinking you'll get a really useful strategy from someone who has been around the block for $50 an hour, you're kidding yourself (or again, were told about some amazing individual who is still working their way up).
But no one, no matter how good they are, can just make it all work. Good strategy means identifying the opportunity and the challenges to address both over time. That's never a quick path, especially when you're looking for initial success.