Yup, dozens. Lots of people don't know how to do it, or don't care and just want it to be there. So I do it for them. I have a database, they can make a request for something new or report issues - could the XYZ do blah blah when my wife arrives home? Can usually do it in a few minutes. Tech support is minimal. For people that want to manage it themselves after setup, well. They have a different rate because most of the requests will be to a) figure out what they were trying to do, b) what they did do, and c) fix what they mangled in the process. Sites I manage completely have a lower rate.