How did the idea of 2020 Webvision come to you? And what is the company all about?

I had my own web design business here in the UK and I realised that there was no independent source of advice regarding building successful websites. I set up 2020 Webvision to fill this gap. We do not provide design or programming services and if we recommend a service it is on the basis of merit –no commissions are paid to us. We are now advising business’ with a view to producing rapid growth of their online objectives and appear to be succeeding.

Who is your target audience and how do you grow your mailing list?

Our target audience are small to medium size business’ with perhaps a small in house team or external provider that lack the breadth of understanding required. We are able to offer top level advice without the need for full time employment. Our mailing list grows by offering marketing updates and friendly advice on how to avoid the many “too good to be true” offers in the market place. This allows our audience to grow as so many people forward it to friends and colleagues because it is of value.

How did Zoho Campaigns happen?

I researched a partner for e-mail marketing for a client and Zoho Campaigns came out well ahead of the opposition and now I use it myself and many of my clients.

How has using Zoho Campaigns helped your business?

My mailshot is critical to maintaining my business on the “tip of the tongue” of thousands of subscribers. When they have an issue they remember the newsletter and a new client results.

How has your experience with our support team been?

Really excellent. There is a great “can do” ethos in the support team and they give straight answers to straight questions.

Would you recommend Zoho Campaigns to others? If yes, why would you do that?

Certainly I would, and I have. For all the reasons I give above.

As a serial entrepreneur, what advice would you give to budding entrepreneurs?

Keep asking yourself what does my visitor/reader need. Then question your answers. We all fall into the trap of assuming we know. Seldom is this the case.