Spreaker Live Show #102 for Feb 15th, 2017
Our Topics This Week:
- Spreaker Public Show Statistics Is Back By Popular Demand
- Show Statistics is now in Spreaker CMS
- Spreaker Live Show Stats Discussed
- Does Your Podcast Need An App?
- Listener Comments Discussed
Show Duration: 49 minutes
Host: Rob Greenlee, Head of Content, Spreaker @robgreenlee - rob(at)spreaker(dotcom)
Co-Host: Alex Exum, Host of “The Exum Experience Podcast” on Spreaker
Do You Need Your Own Podcast App on iOS and
Android? We will discuss that later in the episode, but let’s get to the “MAIN EVENT”!
Last week Spreaker made some big changes to its Statistics area for shows on Spreaker.
1) Added it to the new CMS area
2) Making Public Play and Download Counts Private and unavailable to see on show and episode pages, even user profile pages
-We have Now rolled back and made Live again the Public Stats.
-What remains is: Stats in Private CMS area will be improving around individual show series stats
-What changes are coming: Option to turn off public viewable stats for shows on Spreaker
-What was learned: To make changes of this scale on a slower and incremental path, think on/off options. Removing features is a serious move for many and needs to be eased into.
-Big take away: We learned so much from all of you, keep the feedback/concerns coming
This show can be heard in: SLS show Apps on iOS and Android, Spreaker Podcast Radio apps for Android and iOS, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Radioline.com! Please leave a review.
- Reach me at email@example.com and @robgreenlee, Alex how can listeners reach you?
- Tweet @Spreaker on Twitter, Spreaker.com
Podcasting Tip of the Week is back: "Do You Need Your Own Podcast App on iOS and Android?"
-Yes, if you want to build your connection with your most loyal and regular listeners of your show.
-Very convenient to listen to your show if the app is on your phone home screen
-Gives very quick access to any LIVE episodes using Spreaker’s Custom Show apps on iOS Android
Spreaker Live Show Stats:
Overall Listens: Mobile: 67.44 %: Desktop: 22.26 % Tablet: 6.41 % Other: 3.90 %
Desktop: Windows - 68.20%, Mac OS - 30.65%, Chrome OS - 0.92%, Linux - 0.23%
Mobile/Tablet: iOS - 53.82%, Android - 45.83%, Windows - 0.21%, BlackBerry - 0.07%, Symbian OS Series 60 - 0.07%
Spreaker Live Show App on iOS gets 6% of its Listens
Spreaker Live Show App on Android gets 4% of it’s Listens
Spreaker Website (15%) and Spreaker Podcast Radio App on Android (21%) get largest share of Listeners
Male 25-34 = 25%, 35-44 = 15%, 45-54 = 24%
Female 35-44 = 18%, 45-54 = 6%
USA - 69%, UK - 5.4%, Canada - 2.86
Listener Comments from SLS101: New Stats
can you please remove the stats, it causes much conflict between hosts
@JUAN REARTE 19
hello I need help with something I don't have any listeners on speaker can you help me please?
Tamara @ Shelf Addiction
Thanks for the topics during this episode. I personally don't mind the changes to the stats, but the ability to turn it off and on would be awesome.
As a producer I know they are in the cms, but the members of my network can not see them in a simple way. I love Spreaker but I did not like the change
There is one show of mine that would be okay for people to see, but I am not really active on the other three, so I think people would see the low numbers on those and not give those archived shows a chance.
rob at spreaker.com
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