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  • kscolligan
    Hi there, I m a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my belt -- and I m wondering about the average number of subscribers for
    Message 1 of 18 , Mar 30, 2007
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      Hi there,

      I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my
      belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
      podcasts.

      I've got 36 subscribers so far.

      I think that's decent for two weeks (especially since WTT is not yet
      listed in the iTunes store) but I really have no idea.

      Does anyone know ballpark figures for average subscription numbers?

      What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
      thousands?

      And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?

      Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.

      Thanks,
      Kevin

      *******************
      Well Told Tales
      short-fiction podcast

      Site: http://WellToldTales.com
      Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/WellToldTales

      *******************
    • Steve Sergeant
      ... Here is one interesting resource to answer that question: http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp But those are only the podcasts who use
      Message 2 of 18 , Mar 30, 2007
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        At 8:42 PM +0000 3/30/07, kscolligan wrote:
        >What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
        >thousands?
        >
        >And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?
        >
        >Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.

        Here is one interesting resource to answer that question:
        http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp

        But those are only the podcasts who use Feedburner. I understand
        that TWiT claims 150,000 subscribers.

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      • Matthew Wayne Selznick
        ... How many clouds make a pretty sky? How many flowers make a garden? ... What I m trying to say in my faux-zen way is: there is no average number of
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          On 30 Mar 2007 13:42:24 -0700, kscolligan <kscolligan@...> wrote:
          > I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my
          > belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
          > podcasts.

          How many clouds make a pretty sky? How many flowers make a garden?

          :-)

          What I'm trying to say in my faux-zen way is: there is no average
          number of subscribers.

          Obviously, everyone would like *more* subscribers, but what's arguably
          more important is how many subscribers you *keep.* Also, are your
          numbers going up with each episode? Doesn't matter how fast or how
          much -- if, after a few weeks / months / episodes, the right side of
          the chart is higher than the left, you're doing fine.

          Build your audience by promoting your show -- both on other, similar
          podcasts but also *outside* of the insulated "podosphere" and
          encourage community among your listeners. Slow and steady wins this
          race. You can't really compare yourself to other podcasts, since
          there really is no standard or common practice.

          --
          Matthew Wayne Selznick
          Consultant, Podcaster, Author
          ************************************

          MWS Media
          Podcast consultation, web
          hosting, and writing services
          for DIY, independent creators
          http://www.mwsmedia.com

          Podiobooks.com
          The original source of audio
          books in podcast form.
          http://www.podiobooks.com

          Podcasts:
          The DIY Endeavors Podcast
          http://www.podmotel.com/diyendeavors
          Five Minute Memoir
          http://www.fiveminutememoir.com
          Sonitotum
          http://www.mattselznick.com

          Books:
          "Brave Men Run - A Novel of the
          Sovereign Era"
          http://www.bravemenrun.com
        • David Jackson
          Don t get too hung up on numbers at this early stage of the game. I would recommend just doing your best to make great content so that when people DO find your
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            Don't get too hung up on numbers at this early stage of the game. I would recommend just doing your best to make great content so that when people DO find your show, they will want to stay. Also, keep in mind that the more niche you are, the smaller the numbers - but the higher the loyalty - of your listeners. I was working with someone yesterday doing a podcast for some Microsoft programming language. I had never even heard of it. It was uber-niche.

            Dave Jackson
            School of Podcasting
            www.schoolofpodcasitng.com
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            ----- Original Message -----
            From: Steve Sergeant
            To: podcasters@yahoogroups.com
            Cc: kscolligan
            Sent: Friday, March 30, 2007 4:48 PM
            Subject: Re: [podcasters] Average number of subscribers???


            At 8:42 PM +0000 3/30/07, kscolligan wrote:
            >What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
            >thousands?
            >
            >And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?
            >
            >Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.

            Here is one interesting resource to answer that question:
            http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp

            But those are only the podcasts who use Feedburner. I understand
            that TWiT claims 150,000 subscribers.

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            Download the MP3 programs or subscribe to the podcast at...
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          • Evo Terra
            ... A very respectable number for where you are. ... None that would make any difference. It s all relative and averages are meaningless except for those who
            Message 5 of 18 , Mar 30, 2007
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              kscolligan wrote:

              > I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my
              > belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
              > podcasts.
              >
              > I've got 36 subscribers so far.

              A very respectable number for where you are.


              > Does anyone know ballpark figures for average subscription numbers?

              None that would make any difference. It's all relative and averages are
              meaningless except for those who happen to fall in with that average.


              > What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
              > thousands?

              Yes.


              > And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?

              There's that word again. ;)


              > Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.

              You want an *accurate average*? In this instance, those terms are
              mutually exclusive.

              Here's an idea: assuming you are using FeedBurner, turn on your
              Awareness settings and keep your eye on this site:

              http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp

              Not that I'm advocating obsession over lists like this, but if you want
              to see how you stack up, there you go!

              E.

              --
              Evo Terra | Podiobooks.com
              Free serialized audio books, delivered on your schedule.
            • kscolligan
              Very enlightening. Thanks!
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                Very enlightening. Thanks!

                --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, Steve Sergeant <SteveSgt@...> wrote:
                >
                > At 8:42 PM +0000 3/30/07, kscolligan wrote:
                > >What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
                > >thousands?
                > >
                > >And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?
                > >
                > >Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.
                >
                > Here is one interesting resource to answer that question:
                > http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp
                >
                > But those are only the podcasts who use Feedburner. I understand
                > that TWiT claims 150,000 subscribers.
                >
                > --
                > -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
                > The WildeBeat "The audio journal about getting into the wilderness"
                > Download the MP3 programs or subscribe to the podcast at...
                > <A HREF="http://www.wildebeat.net/">www.wildebeat.net</A>
                >
              • Stephen Schleicher
                How are the subscribers counted? Is this the total number of downloads per month or per show? I wasn t able to find any info on the podfeeds definition of
                Message 7 of 18 , Mar 30, 2007
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                  How are the subscribers counted? Is this the total number of downloads per month or per show? I wasn't able to find any info on the podfeeds definition of subscriber on the site link provided.

                  Cheers
                  Stephen Schleicher
                  www.coolnessroundup.com

                  ----- Original Message -----
                  From: kscolligan
                  To: podcasters@yahoogroups.com
                  Sent: Friday, March 30, 2007 4:24 PM
                  Subject: [podcasters] Re: Average number of subscribers???


                  Very enlightening. Thanks!

                  --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, Steve Sergeant <SteveSgt@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > At 8:42 PM +0000 3/30/07, kscolligan wrote:
                  > >What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
                  > >thousands?
                  > >
                  > >And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?
                  > >
                  > >Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.
                  >
                  > Here is one interesting resource to answer that question:
                  > http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp
                  >
                  > But those are only the podcasts who use Feedburner. I understand
                  > that TWiT claims 150,000 subscribers.
                  >
                  > --
                  > -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
                  > The WildeBeat "The audio journal about getting into the wilderness"
                  > Download the MP3 programs or subscribe to the podcast at...
                  > <A HREF="http://www.wildebeat.net/">www.wildebeat.net</A>
                  >





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                • kscolligan
                  Thanks, everyone. I totally agree that the main thing is to concentrate on the quality of the podcast. So I m not obsessing about numbers ... at least not
                  Message 8 of 18 , Mar 30, 2007
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                    Thanks, everyone.

                    I totally agree that the main thing is to concentrate on the quality
                    of the podcast. So I'm not obsessing about numbers ... at least not
                    yet. ;)

                    - Kevin

                    *******************
                    Well Told Tales
                    short-fiction podcast

                    Site: http://WellToldTales.com
                    Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/WellToldTales

                    *******************



                    --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, "Matthew Wayne Selznick"
                    <mwselznick@...> wrote:
                    >
                    > On 30 Mar 2007 13:42:24 -0700, kscolligan <kscolligan@...> wrote:
                    > > I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com
                    under my
                    > > belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
                    > > podcasts.
                    >
                    > How many clouds make a pretty sky? How many flowers make a garden?
                    >
                    > :-)
                    >
                    > What I'm trying to say in my faux-zen way is: there is no average
                    > number of subscribers.
                    >
                    > Obviously, everyone would like *more* subscribers, but what's arguably
                    > more important is how many subscribers you *keep.* Also, are your
                    > numbers going up with each episode? Doesn't matter how fast or how
                    > much -- if, after a few weeks / months / episodes, the right side of
                    > the chart is higher than the left, you're doing fine.
                    >
                    > Build your audience by promoting your show -- both on other, similar
                    > podcasts but also *outside* of the insulated "podosphere" and
                    > encourage community among your listeners. Slow and steady wins this
                    > race. You can't really compare yourself to other podcasts, since
                    > there really is no standard or common practice.
                    >
                    > --
                    > Matthew Wayne Selznick
                    > Consultant, Podcaster, Author
                    > ************************************
                    >
                    > MWS Media
                    > Podcast consultation, web
                    > hosting, and writing services
                    > for DIY, independent creators
                    > http://www.mwsmedia.com
                    >
                    > Podiobooks.com
                    > The original source of audio
                    > books in podcast form.
                    > http://www.podiobooks.com
                    >
                    > Podcasts:
                    > The DIY Endeavors Podcast
                    > http://www.podmotel.com/diyendeavors
                    > Five Minute Memoir
                    > http://www.fiveminutememoir.com
                    > Sonitotum
                    > http://www.mattselznick.com
                    >
                    > Books:
                    > "Brave Men Run - A Novel of the
                    > Sovereign Era"
                    > http://www.bravemenrun.com
                    >
                  • Steve Sergeant
                    ... Podfeed is simply re-displaying data from Feedburner. Though I have to say that I just surfed their site for over 10 minutes and couldn t find any kind of
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                      At 6:21 PM -0500 3/30/07, Stephen Schleicher wrote:
                      >How are the subscribers counted? Is this the total number of
                      >downloads per month or per show? I wasn't able to find any info on
                      >the podfeeds definition of subscriber on the site link provided.

                      ...

                      > > Here is one interesting resource to answer that question:
                      > > http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp

                      Podfeed is simply re-displaying data from Feedburner. Though I have
                      to say that I just surfed their site for over 10 minutes and couldn't
                      find any kind of a concise explanation of their algorithm.

                      As I understand it, they track hits to your RSS file from each unique
                      user-agent and IP address pair. They exclude some browsers and bots.
                      When a unique client loads an RSS file within a particular day,
                      that's considered one subscriber.

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                      The WildeBeat "The audio journal about getting into the wilderness"
                      Download the MP3 programs or subscribe to the podcast at...
                      <A HREF="http://www.wildebeat.net/">www.wildebeat.net</A>
                    • Katronix Serf
                      I have a total of 3 podcasts, not counting the one I just released episode 1 of today, I have an average of 14-16 for the other two podcasts. So 36 isn t bad
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                        I have a total of 3 podcasts, not counting the one I just released
                        episode 1 of today, I have an average of 14-16 for the other two
                        podcasts. So 36 isn't bad :-).

                        Chris

                        kscolligan wrote:
                        >
                        > Hi there,
                        >
                        > I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my
                        > belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
                        > podcasts.
                        >
                        > I've got 36 subscribers so far.
                        >
                        > I think that's decent for two weeks (especially since WTT is not yet
                        > listed in the iTunes store) but I really have no idea.
                        >
                        > Does anyone know ballpark figures for average subscription numbers?
                        >
                        > What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
                        > thousands?
                        >
                        > And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?
                        >
                        > Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.
                        >
                        > Thanks,
                        > Kevin
                        >
                        > *******************
                        > Well Told Tales
                        > short-fiction podcast
                        >
                        > Site: http://WellToldTales.com <http://WellToldTales.com>
                        > Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/WellToldTales
                        > <http://feeds.feedburner.com/WellToldTales>
                        >
                        > *******************
                        >
                        >

                        --
                        <a href="http://feeds.feedburner.com/katsplace"><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/katsplace.gif" style="border:0" alt="Kat's Place podcast"/></a>
                      • George L Smyth
                        ... Odd, neither of my podcasts are in that group. Hmmmmm. Cheers - george ... Eclectic Mix: http://EclecticMix.com One Minute How-To:
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                          --- Steve Sergeant <SteveSgt@...> wrote:

                          > At 8:42 PM +0000 3/30/07, kscolligan wrote:
                          > >What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
                          > >thousands?
                          > >
                          > >And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?
                          > >
                          > >Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.
                          >
                          > Here is one interesting resource to answer that question:
                          > http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp

                          Odd, neither of my podcasts are in that group. Hmmmmm. <g>

                          Cheers -

                          george

                          -------------------------------------

                          Eclectic Mix: http://EclecticMix.com
                          One Minute How-To: http://OneMinuteHowTo.com
                          DRiP Investing: http://DRiPInvesting.org - Blog: http://feeds.feedburner.com/PrudentInvestor

                          Handmade Photographic Images: http://www.GLSmyth.com - Blog: http://feeds.feedburner.com/GLSmyth
                        • Stephen Eley
                          ... The Feedburner circulation count is the number of unique readers that requested your feed in the previous 24 hour period. It shouldn t be confused with
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                            On 3/30/07, Steve Sergeant <SteveSgt@...> wrote:
                            >
                            > Podfeed is simply re-displaying data from Feedburner. Though I have
                            > to say that I just surfed their site for over 10 minutes and couldn't
                            > find any kind of a concise explanation of their algorithm.

                            The Feedburner circulation count is the number of unique readers that
                            requested your feed in the previous 24 hour period.

                            It shouldn't be confused with download counts, or audience size, or
                            anything else. It will always be lower than your number of downloads,
                            and doesn't necessarily correlate at all with your number of human
                            listeners. (For which there is no tracking method short of
                            omniscience.)


                            --
                            Have Fun,
                            Steve Eley (sfeley@...)
                            ESCAPE POD - The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine
                            http://www.escapepod.org
                          • MissPeter
                            ... I agree and would add that your subscribers to downloads ratio is also factored by what kind of show you produce. I do a music show geared toward people
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                              On 30 Mar 2007 19:30:14 -0700, Stephen Eley <SFEley@...> wrote:
                              > It shouldn't be confused with download counts, or audience size, or
                              > anything else. It will always be lower than your number of downloads,
                              > and doesn't necessarily correlate at all with your number of human
                              > listeners. (For which there is no tracking method short of
                              > omniscience.)

                              I agree and would add that your subscribers to downloads ratio is also
                              factored by what kind of show you produce. I do a music show geared
                              toward people with eccentric tastes in music and my subscribers only
                              amount to about 10% of my total downloads. A lot of music geeks are
                              cherry pickers with hard drives full of music and limited space left
                              for automatic downloads. Even my regular listeners pick and choose
                              what shows they download and my numbers can bounce wildly up and down
                              by thousands of downloads each show. So I've just tried to learn my
                              audience and realized that my most is important figure is average
                              downloads over a several month period. This is the number I watch
                              because of my show and I'm sure shows about Linux learn to not watch
                              iTunes subscribers as closely but shows about podcasting might have
                              subscribers as their most important number. So, just watch all your
                              numbers for a few months until you get a feel for what's important.

                              p
                              --

                              http://www.musicNerve.com - strange music for strange people

                              http://digg.com/podcasts/musicNerve_com_strange_music_for_strange_people
                            • Stephen Eley
                              ... As one of the 36 subscribers, I should mention that these really are good stories. I thought The Hand of God was a terrific tale, with a great central
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                                On 3/30/07, kscolligan <kscolligan@...> wrote:
                                >
                                > I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my
                                > belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
                                > podcasts.
                                >
                                > I've got 36 subscribers so far.

                                As one of the 36 subscribers, I should mention that these really are
                                good stories. I thought "The Hand of God" was a terrific tale, with a
                                great central character. Some audio issues need work, but you're only
                                two episodes in, that'll all get better. (It definitely sounds better
                                than EP did in the beginning.) >8->

                                Get at least five episodes under your belt, then send me a promo.
                                I'll talk this up.



                                --
                                Have Fun,
                                Steve Eley (sfeley@...)
                                ESCAPE POD - The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine
                                http://www.escapepod.org
                              • robert
                                Hi Kevin, Feedburner up until about 3 months ago used to list on their site the number of Subscriptions to Podcasts along with the number of Podcast feeds
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                                  Hi Kevin,

                                  Feedburner up until about 3 months ago used to list on their site the
                                  number of Subscriptions to Podcasts along with the number of Podcast
                                  feeds (which they still do and the number is now at 99,885).

                                  Doing the simple math - the average number of subscriptions per feed
                                  hovered right at about 76 for podcasts.

                                  If you assume about half of the feeds are dead or duplicates - Then
                                  one could assume the average podcast has about 150 subscribers, if
                                  75% are dead - then the number is 300. I tend to think the number is
                                  in the 150 to 200 range.

                                  I know people with 100 subscribers that are happy as all can be to
                                  get that many, and I know others at 1,500 that sound like they want
                                  to take a bottle of pills because they are so depressed.

                                  I would concentrate more on making a show you enjoy yourself and the
                                  numbers will work themselves out on their own.

                                  Don't become a stat junkie - it will suck the life out of you.

                                  Ok off to check my libsyn stats for the 3rd time today.

                                  Rob W
                                  podCast411




                                  On Mar 30, 2007, at 3:42 PM, kscolligan wrote:

                                  > Hi there,
                                  >
                                  > I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my
                                  > belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
                                  > podcasts.
                                  >
                                  > I've got 36 subscribers so far.
                                  >
                                  > I think that's decent for two weeks (especially since WTT is not yet
                                  > listed in the iTunes store) but I really have no idea.
                                  >
                                  > Does anyone know ballpark figures for average subscription numbers?
                                  >
                                  > What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
                                  > thousands?
                                  >
                                  > And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?
                                  >
                                  > Just curious, and couldn't seem to Google up accurate numbers.
                                  >
                                  > Thanks,
                                  > Kevin
                                  >
                                  > *******************
                                  > Well Told Tales
                                  > short-fiction podcast
                                  >
                                  > Site: http://WellToldTales.com
                                  > Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/WellToldTales
                                  >
                                  > *******************
                                  >


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                                • Dan Kuykendall
                                  ... No such thing that I have ever been able to figure out. There are too many ways to try and figure this out. Even feed stats and download stats are somewhat
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                                    kscolligan wrote:
                                    > Hi there,
                                    >
                                    > I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my
                                    > belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
                                    > podcasts.

                                    No such thing that I have ever been able to figure out. There are too
                                    many ways to try and figure this out. Even feed stats and download stats
                                    are somewhat meaningless because they only tell you how many times your
                                    contect was requested. Not even if the file was fully downloaded. And if
                                    downloaded has no way to determine if a human ever took the time to listen.

                                    > I've got 36 subscribers so far.

                                    37 now, Ive just subscribe, and it sounds like your off to a good start

                                    > I think that's decent for two weeks (especially since WTT is not yet
                                    > listed in the iTunes store) but I really have no idea.

                                    It really is a good start. It takes time to build up an audience.

                                    > What do the big boys get? Thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of
                                    > thousands?

                                    Im not one of them, so not sure.

                                    > And what about your average mom-and-pop podcast?

                                    After about a year doing my podcast, Im up to about 1300 downloads per
                                    most episodes. My hands on series episodes get closer to 3000, which Im
                                    guessing is due to people listening on line multiple times to be able to
                                    follow along with the actual hacks I setup for them/

                                    ----
                                    Dan Kuykendall (aka Seek3r)
                                    http://www.mightyseek.com

                                    In God we trust, all others we virus scan.
                                    Programmer - an organism that turns coffee into software.
                                  • George L Smyth
                                    Just thought I d make note at this point the program I wrote, which is placed at http://oneminutehowto.com/FeedburnerStats.asp If you use Feedburner and have
                                    Message 17 of 18 , Mar 31, 2007
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                                      Just thought I'd make note at this point the program I wrote, which is placed
                                      at http://oneminutehowto.com/FeedburnerStats.asp

                                      If you use Feedburner and have your Awareness turned on, this program will
                                      produce a graphical display of your numbers, where each value is the average
                                      number of downloads over the previous ten days (or whatever value you wish to
                                      give it). This will create a smoother display which will make it a bit easier
                                      to see your trends over time.

                                      Cheers -

                                      george

                                      -------------------------------------

                                      Eclectic Mix: http://EclecticMix.com
                                      One Minute How-To: http://OneMinuteHowTo.com
                                      DRiP Investing: http://DRiPInvesting.org - Blog: http://feeds.feedburner.com/PrudentInvestor

                                      Handmade Photographic Images: http://www.GLSmyth.com - Blog: http://feeds.feedburner.com/GLSmyth
                                    • kscolligan
                                      Thanks, Steve! Very nice of you. I ll start listening to promos like crazy to get the hang of making one.
                                      Message 18 of 18 , Apr 2, 2007
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                                        Thanks, Steve! Very nice of you.

                                        I'll start listening to promos like crazy to get the hang of making one.


                                        --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, "Stephen Eley" <SFEley@...> wrote:
                                        >
                                        > On 3/30/07, kscolligan <kscolligan@...> wrote:
                                        > >
                                        > > I'm a new podcaster -- with two episodes of WellToldTales.com under my
                                        > > belt -- and I'm wondering about the average number of subscribers for
                                        > > podcasts.
                                        > >
                                        > > I've got 36 subscribers so far.
                                        >
                                        > As one of the 36 subscribers, I should mention that these really are
                                        > good stories. I thought "The Hand of God" was a terrific tale, with a
                                        > great central character. Some audio issues need work, but you're only
                                        > two episodes in, that'll all get better. (It definitely sounds better
                                        > than EP did in the beginning.) >8->
                                        >
                                        > Get at least five episodes under your belt, then send me a promo.
                                        > I'll talk this up.
                                        >
                                        >
                                        >
                                        > --
                                        > Have Fun,
                                        > Steve Eley (sfeley@...)
                                        > ESCAPE POD - The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine
                                        > http://www.escapepod.org
                                        >
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