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In the Statistics tab in your Ausha account, you can find all the data related to your show’s unique listeners if you have a Boost-level subscription or higher. 👈
What is a unique listener on Ausha?
A unique listener is a person who has listened to your show at least once. 🎧
On the Ausha interface, a unique listener corresponds to1 listen by 1 user from 1 device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) which is identified by its unique IP address.
💡 To better understand what a unique listener is, let’s compare it to the number of unique visitors on a website.
On a website, we want to know how many different cybernauts visited our site at least once during a given period. These are our unique visitors. 📅
In my website’s statistics, if I see 100 unique visitors in the last 30 days, that means that 100 different cybernauts came to visit my website at least once during this time period.
The Unique Listener statistic compiled by Ausha works the same way.
If 1 person listens to your show multiple times using the same IP address during a given time period, this person will be counted as a single, unique visitor, regardless of how many times s/he listens to your podcast. 🚀
Where can I find the number of unique listeners on the Ausha interface ?
For Boost-level and higher subscribers, you can check the number of unique listeners by following these steps: ⬇️
Log in to Ausha and navigate to your show’s interface.
Head to the Statistics tab.
In the Listens section, you can check the Listens Details section.
Click on the Unique Listeners button.
💡 Ausha collects unique listener data since April 16th, 2021.
Depending on the episode(s) you select with the drop-down menu, as well as the time period specified with the calendar, you can check the unique listener counts:
👉 Per day
👉 Per week
👉 Per month
💡 The data chart automatically updates as you change the selected period.
Hover your mouse over the period that you’re interested in on the graph. A rectangle containing the following information will be displayed :
👉 The related time period
👉 The number of unique listens
👉 The percent change in unique listeners compared to the previous period
💡 In the visual above, during Week 24 there were 300 unique listeners. The percentage of unique listeners grew by 16% between Week 23 and Week 24 in 2022. 🚀