“Consulting” is such a nice, broad term. But sometimes people do, in fact, want to consult someone about their website before having it designed and built. Perhaps you want to know more about the WordPress platform and whether it’s the right solution for you. (It might not be. You can do almost anything with WordPress, but there are some things that Drupal or Magento would probably do better. Unfortunately, you’ll have to hire someone else to develop those sites.)
I also troubleshoot existing WordPress sites. Cleaning up a hacked site isn’t my favorite thing to do, but I can do it. Sorting out problems with upgrades is usually easier. Or maybe you’ve realized that your webhosting company is really terrible at WordPress (not to mention any names—Earthlink, GoDaddy) and you need to relocate. Perhaps you started out with an HTML website and a WordPress blog (either .com or .org) and now you want to combine the two.
Or maybe you want some guidance in choosing and configuring WordPress plugins. With more than 16,000 of those available at the time I write this (October, 2011), finding the one you want can be intimidating, not to mention time-consuming. I am not a plugin developer, but I can refer you to people who are.
I also offer WordPress training, to help you do a better job of managing your own website.