Web and Video
Wonder Studio is operated by William Knelsen. I have been building websites since 2005, producing professional videos since 2009, and all those years of experience have brought me to a simple and practical approach.
Your success is my priority. That is why when you hire me, you are paying not just for a new website or video, but for my years of experience in helping people increase the effectiveness of their online presence. From the moment you contact me, I will be coaching and guiding you, so that you don’t need to spend more than absolutely necessary on hiring professionals to manage your website.
Please note that I am taking very limited clients at this time. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to inquire about a project.
- One page, template-based WordPress Website
- 1-hour training online or in person
- $920, plus $80 per year for domain and hosting
- Done within a week
- Non-Profit rate: 30% discount
- Per hour: $75 (Just me, no equipment)
- Filming per hour: $125 (I bring my own equipment)
- Filming per day (up to 10 hours): $1000 (I bring my own equipment)
- Video editing: $500 per edited minute
- Non-Profit rates: 30% discount on all above prices
Over the years that I’ve been building websites (since 2005), I have discovered two main reasons for bringing up cost, and causing projects to take so much time to complete: overcomplicating design and lack of communication. I will ask you the right questions even before you’ve signed a contract, so that we can hit the […]
There was a time when the primary way to get sales leads was cold calling. Open up that phone book and start dialing. It was a math game. Call 100 people, get ten leads, and probably one sale. Or, whatever formula appropriate for your industry. These days are over. Not only are people increasingly irritated […]
There is no doubt that communication has changed dramatically, and exponentially, the last 25 years. In 1994, communication and marketing primarily happened through telephone, printed material, radio, and television. I remember distinctly when TV ads started displaying website addresses in addition to phone numbers and mailing addresses. I was about 11 or 12 years old. […]