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What is a unique listener on Ausha?
Think of a unique listener like a friend visiting your home. No matter how many times they visit, it's still the same friend. 🏡
A unique listener works the same way!
👉 A unique listener corresponds to a person who has returned to listen to your podcast at least once within a given time period and is identified by a unique IP address. 🎧
You can discover your number of unique listeners from the Boost plan onwards, and this information will be displayed within your Statistics tab. 🤗
Where to Find the Number of Unique Listeners for Each of My Episodes?
To check the number of your unique listeners, follow these steps 🧭:
Go to the Statistics tab
Under the Listens section, within Listening Details, click on the Unique Listeners button
💡 Note that Ausha has been collecting unique listener data since April 16, 2021.
Depending on the selected episode(s) and the chosen time period, you will be able to see the number of unique listeners per day, per week, and per month. 🗓️
Hover your mouse over the graph to see:
The relevant time period
The number of unique listeners
The percentage growth of unique listeners compared to the previous period
💡 Your number of unique listeners from period to period, along with its percentage change, is also shown in a comparative table below the graph. 🚀
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