Interview with List-Building Virtuoso Jonathan Gunson

Jonathan GunsonToday, I have a real treat for you: Below, you’ll find my recent interview with Jonathan Gunson from the Traffic Café. He is an Internet marketer with years of experience and his speciality is list-building and e-mail marketing.

In the interview, he talks about the best ways to get started with a list and also shares brilliant insights into what is called “integration marketing”. Integration marketing is a surprisingly understated and perhaps underutilised way of increasing traffic and sign-ups and if this is the first you’ve ever heard of it, you’ll be blown away by how much potential this method has.

Now, without further ado, here’s the interview:

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The interview special mentioned in the audio is sadly no longer available.

As I already mentioned, there’s some really good stuff in there and it’s quite amazing how many of the big players in IM are featured in Jonathan’s interviews.

Did you enjoy the interview? Have you started building a list yet? And if you have, do you have any tips of your own to share? Let me know down in the comments, I’d love to hear some of your thoughts on this.


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  • Mark says:


    This is a great interview and I have listened to this several times as there was so many good tips and information. What happened to Jonathan’s website mentioned in the interview, The site is gone? It seems like he just disappeared. Also, during the interview he mentioned developing small niche sites and generating traffice to them, but this could be another interview. This would be great as a second interview for, do you think this is possible.



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