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Buzzsprout Released Advanced Podcast Statistics



Buzzsprout released its advanced podcast statistics, allowing anyone with a Buzzsprout account to track their show using comprehensive, intuitive, and actionable data within a well-designed interface.

This update offers at-a-glance statistics on podcast growth while respecting listener privacy and ensuring maximum accuracy.

Buzzsprout advanced podcast statistics provide insight into podcast performance over time, episode downloads, listener locations, and apps/devices used.

Buzzsprout has been a leading provider of podcast analytics for over 10 years. This latest update incorporates the most advanced technology and best thinking from a coalition of industry experts to deliver the most accurate and comprehensive podcast statistics available.

Throughout its creation, Buzzsprout focussed on building a stats package that:

  • Implements industry standard best practices
  • Makes the complexity of algorithms within a beautiful interface for ease-of-use
  • Collects the least amount of data necessary to provide anonymized statistics
  • Protects the podcasting space from privacy violations

“With advanced podcast statistics, podcasters can figure out which marketing efforts are working, so they know what to focus on,” said Alban Brooke, Buzzsprout’s Head of Marketing. “With this rollout, we’re adding an entire suite of podcast statistics to all Buzzsprout plans without increasing our prices.”


Buzzsprout Introduced the Wave Podcast Player



Buzzsprout has introduced the Wave Podcast Player. It is a brand new podcast player for all Buzzsprout customers. It builds off of what Buzzsprout learned since they launched the Minimal Podcast Player in 2015.

The Wave Podcast Player gets its name from the waveform that is front and center on each embed player. It adds a cool visual component while letting people know they’re about to listen to an audio file.

Those who use the Wave Podcast Player can customize the colors, artwork, and type of player. It is possible to customize the colors to match your podcast’s unique branding.

You can also customize the artwork that is displayed on the Wave Podcast player. You can pick to use your podcast artwork, episode artwork, or to leave artwork off the player altogether.

You can also decide if you want to embed a single podcast episode or create a playlist of multiple episodes. If you decide to include multiple episodes you’ll have the option to filter episodes by guest, tag, or by a number of your most recent episodes.

Buzzsprout users can customize their own Wave Podcast Player now. It is now available in your Buzzsprout account.


Buzzsprout Offers Transcription of Buzzsprout Podcasts



Buzzsprout is a podcast hosting company that makes it easy for podcasters at every level to upload, share and track a show, without any technical training. Buzzsprout will transcribe episodes of podcasts for podcasters who have a paid plan.

Buzzsprout allows people to get started on a free plan, which provides hosting for 90 days and allows 2 hours of upload each month.

All of Buzzsprout’s paid plans include:

  • Unlimited Storage
  • 250GB Bandwidth Per Month
  • The Podcast Migration Tool
  • No Advertising
  • Hosted Indefinitely

The $12/month plan allows 3 hours of uploads each month. Overage costs $4 per hour. The $18/month plan allows 6 hours of uploads each month. Overage costs $3 per hour. The $24 plan allows 12 hours of uploads each month. Overage costs $2 per hour.

Those with paid plans, and who have their podcast on Buzzsprout, can have their podcast episodes transcribed. The process starts via the Buzzsprout dashboard. First, select the episode you want transcribed.

It gets sent to Temi. They will send you an email when your episode has been transcribed. After that, the podcaster can update their Buzzsprout site to let people know that a transcript is available.

Transcripts are billed at 10 cents per minute. The charge will appear on your next Buzzsprout invoice.