Web and Video

William Knelsen ProfileWonder 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 william@wonderstudio.ca 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

Latest Articles

How I can build websites so cheap and so fast?

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 […]

Number 1 Business Growth Strategy

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 […]

The Reality of Online Communication

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. […]

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