Ah, zee audio file. The file you can take with you on your mp3 player, or put on your iPod. This is where you can download Psychotactics Podcasts.
So there are three core ways to get the podcastsMethod 1: You get them from this page. This means you'll have to check back often to see when new podcasts have been updated.
Method 2: You get them directly from iTunes. This means, that once you 'subscribe' at the iTunes site, your iTunes will automatically download the files to your computer. And then amazingly, sync with your iPod. So that kinda saves you having to doing all the hard work yourself. Click here to go directly to the iTunes page to subscribe.
Method 3: You can get your podcasts updates via email, or via RSS via the blog at http://www.psychotactics.com/blog
These podcasts cover concepts about human nature, marketing strategy, testing, sales, business planning, etc.
Most of the podcasts are only between 3-5 minutes long, though occasionally you may get a longer podcasts. So go ahead read and listen to them.
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