Spotify for Podcasters offers deep insights for creators

Spotify’s new home for podcasters brings together all the information that matters so creators can get in touch with their listeners.

With a major push on podcasts in the last year Spotify have been building their platform up to be a great place for podcast listeners and creators. With the launch of Spotify for Podcasters, creators are now able to take a deep look at the analytics and audiences for their podcasts so they’re in the know with how they’re doing.

Spotify’s new hub gives one streamlined place for podcasters to look at how people are engaging with their shows. It provides analytics for audience demographics so creators can look at where their audiences are and the types of people that are listening. Analytics are an invaluable tool for creators to understand their audiences and what works for them.

Spotify for Podcasters launched in beta last year so that the music streaming service could work with a select number of creators to find how the platform could work best. There are now over 100,000 podcasters from 167 countries on the platform and Spotify feel they’ve created the perfect hub from working with all those creators.

Spotify said in an announcement: “[Spotify for Podcasters] was built to empower you, the podcast-creating community, to continue innovating and sharing your work with the world. Our hope is that Spotify for Podcasters will help you engage with and understand your listeners, find new fans, discover insights from your peers, and ultimately grow your career.”

Spotify for Podcasters is available now to sign up so that any podcast creators can submit their podcasts to Spotify and get deep insights.

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