In addition to viewing your podcast analytics in Anchor, you can also access your podcast's stats directly from Apple Podcasts. This will give you even more valuable insights into your episode performance, demographics, and more.
To access your analytics and subscriber information on Apple Podcasts, you'll need to add the email address associated with your account to your public RSS feed. From here, you'll want to locate your RSS feed (instructions below) to submit it to Apple Podcasts.
Step 1: Change Email Address in your RSS Feed
On the web version of Anchor, add your Anchor account email address to your public RSS feed.
- Click 'Settings' in the top right of your Dashboard, and select 'Update settings'
- Scroll down and click 'Advanced'
- In the dropdown, you can toggle On or Off 'Display personal email address publicly in RSS feed'
- Remember to click 'Save' to update this change to your RSS feed
- After approximately 10 minutes, you can check your RSS feed to confirm this change
Step 2: Accessing your Apple Podcasts analytics
- You'll want to create an Apple ID using the email address associated with your Anchor account
Get in touch with Apple through their Contact Us page and request that they transfer ownership to your account; make sure to provide your RSS feed (It can take about 10-15 minutes for the browser cache to clear, so we recommend waiting a moment from the time you change the email in your RSS feed before you submit to iTunes)
Apple will send you a 6-digit code to enter into your RSS feed. You will need to reach out to Anchor's Support Team to have them insert the code into your RSS Feed.