Here’s how to follow The Earful Tower

In case you’ve never visited this site before, this is the page for The Earful Tower – a show all about figuring out France.

Here’s the link to our page on iTunes for the podcasts.

If you get your podcasts from elsewhere, you just need to search for The Earful Tower in the podcast section or podcast app and you’ll find us. It’s even on Spotify.

You could also subscribe to this website in the panel on the right so you can get the blogposts in your inbox too.

So what does it meant to subscribe?

Essentially it means every episode goes directly onto your phone so you can listen to it right away, or save it and listen offline (like on your commute or on a flight).

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It also means you can leave a review, which makes it easier to for future listeners to find our podcast.

If you don’t fancy leaving a review, here are some other ways you can follow The Earful Tower and support it.

Facebook. Give it a “like” on Facebook here to see more about France. I post all the stories there and do the occasional live video.

YouTube: Subscribe on the YouTube channel if you prefer seeing Paris visually. Check it out here.

Instagram: There’s more to see on Instagram here and a very friendly community in the comments section 🙂

Email: If you have something to say, feedback, observations, or questions for The Earful, email here and I may just read it out on the show.

Patreon: This show survives thanks to the generosity of subscribers. If you want to make a monthly payment for bonus content, explore this page here.

If you sign up at the $10 level, you get access to a private Facebook group where there are all kinds of extra things happening, mostly live videos.

Why do any of these things?

Well, if you’re reading this, I assume you like the show, and hopefully that means others will like the show too. But they can’t find it without your occasional likes, shares, reviews, and subscriptions. So you’d basically getting the word out there, and that’s a big help for me to get this thing out of its infancy stage and into toddling.

Thanks for listening 🙂

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