How do you measure the success of your podcast? What does the statistical data about your show actually mean? Are people actually downloading your episodes? What do the statistics actually mean? I am going to break it down for you because this week, episode 09 of Listeners to Leads is all about podcast statistics!
In this episode of Listeners to Leads, I’m sharing the importance of understanding your podcast statistics and what all those numbers and graphs actually mean and how to use them as you grow your show.
I chat about the following:
- What do those statistical numbers actually mean?
- The different statistical platforms you can look at.
- How to actually measure the success of your podcast.
- The importance of picking one measurable goal of success and what that could be.
Podcast statistics can be confusing. After listening to this episode you will have confidence in your ability to not only understand the numbers and graphs you see on your hosting site, but also measure the success of your podcast for yourself. Send me a DM on Instagram with the one way you’re measuring success on your podcast today! Need help? DM me and we can chat about it together!
Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on turning your podcast listeners into leads and to hear even more about the points outlined above.
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