How can you measure your progress as a podcaster?

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Here are 7 ways you can measure your progress as a podcaster!

  1. Number of downloads: Tracking the number of downloads your episodes receive can give you an idea of your podcast’s popularity and how it’s growing over time.
  2. Number of subscribers: The number of subscribers you have is another good way to measure your progress. As your subscriber count grows, it’s a sign that your podcast is resonating with people and they want to stay up to date with your content.
  3. Social media engagement: You can track the number of likes, comments, and shares your podcast receives on social media platforms to gauge your audience’s engagement with your content.
  4. Revenue: If you monetize your podcast through sponsorships or ads, tracking your revenue can help you see how your podcast is performing financially.
  5. Feedback from listeners: Collecting feedback from listeners through surveys or comments can give you valuable insights into what’s working well and what needs improvement in your podcast.
  6. Ratings and reviews: Ratings and reviews on platforms like iTunes or Spotify can help you see how your podcast is perceived by listeners and help you identify areas for improvement.
  7. Attendance at live events: If you host live events or speaking engagements related to your podcast, tracking attendance can give you an idea of how many people are interested in your content and the impact it’s having.

Take care and let me know if you use any other measurements within your podcast!

Published by garyjones1983

I love helping tell their story online using social media, podcasting and videos!

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