Re: [podcasters] Statistics
- i'm interested in how you gather your stats...my podcasts live on the
dotmac servers, and i'd like to find an easy tool to determine the
number of downloads...anybody have ideas?
On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 11:25:09 -0800 (PST), Vince Callaway
> My site has been up for one month now and I thought I would pass on some
> My podcasts are a very niche market. I have started off doing interviews
> political figures on a state and local level. I will move into more
> news and commentary later.
> What is interesting is the bulk of my traffic is coming from state
> offices, probably caucus staff. I am also getting a large number from hits
> from two of the states largest newspapers.
> I have a streaming player on my site that allows people to listen online.
> drawback is I don't know how many people listen this way. I only have
> numbers to work with.
> The podcasts average is about 130 downloads each. The most popular is an
> interview with a Tacoma City Councilman. The second most is the Senate
> minority member. A second interview with him was posted yesterday evening
> has been downloaded 30+ times as of this morning.
> Search engines are providing a small number of hits. I use Google Adwords
> Yahoo Overature. Because the site is new it has a low ranking and the only
> to get good search exposure is to pay for it.
> The most hits come from political blogs I participate in. People click the
> link on my name. Second comes from usenet postings. I post to
> and seattle.politics when I put up a new interview.
> If there is any interest I will followup with a post about the next phase
> the site and plans for more exposure.
> Podcasting Politics for the Masses
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