This tutorial is for Listening, Subscribing, Rating, and Reviewing a Podcast on iTunes.
Listen (without opening iTunes): Go to the link provided for the Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/menopause-matters/id1647880274). Scroll down to see the episodes and click on the PLAY button of the ones you want to listen to.
Subscribe: Go to the link provided for the Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/menopause-matters/id1647880274). At the top of this page, click on the link to "Listen on Apple Podcasts." This will open your iTunes account (you can sign up for one for free if you don't have one). You can "Follow" the podcast from here by hitting the subscribe button or selecting File --> Subscribe to Podcast.
Downloading episodes: Once you're in iTunes, you can download episodes for offline listening by clicking "Get" to the right of the episode title. Episodes are free to download.
Rate and Review: Once you're in iTunes, you can click on the Ratings and Review tab to see how others have rated the show and reviewed it. You can add your own rating and review.
I became a podcaster, and specifically a podcaster about menopause, because I believe there's way too little information shared about menopause. I write about it, yes. But it takes way too long to create and publish a book. Podcasting is much faster and it allows me to bring you information not just from my own knowledge base, but also that of my amazing friends and guests.
When you subscribe, download (even the episodes you aren't interested in listening to right away), rate and review my podcast, it pushes it higher in the rankings and it is shown to more women as an option. And they get a chance to know more about menopause.
So, if you find this information valuable, if you think more women should have access to information about menopause, if you think Menopause Matters, then I ask you to take a moment to subscribe, download, rate, and review.
And if you know other women who are going through the same thing (it really does happen to us all, sooner or later), won't you share the link with them?
Because, after all, we aren't going crazy; our hormones are.