There are countless metrics you can track and different strategies to take based on your podcast goals, however, if you’re not clear on what those goals are, you’re going to be tracking the wrong metrics and feel like you’re failing- especially if you’re playing the comparison game. This week, episode 75 of Listeners to Leads is about tracking and understanding your podcast metrics!
The Listeners to Leads Membership is for business owners who have a podcast and are looking to get Strategy, Community, and Accountability to grow their show and generate leads.
In this episode of Listeners to Leads, my guest Danielle Hayden shares the importance of understanding what your goals are as a podcaster and actionable steps you can take right now to use your podcast metrics to make strategic decisions to bring you closer to those goals.
Danielle and I also chat about the following:
- Finding your voice through guesting on other podcasts before starting your own.
- Tailoring your scorecard to track metrics based on the goals you have set for your podcast.
- How to use those metrics to make better, more strategic decisions for your podcast.
- How long you should wait before looking at your metrics and once you start, how often you should be checking in on them.
Stop looking at your metrics and your numbers as a sign of success or failure, but rather a lesson as to what is working and what might need to be changed.
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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