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bbaughman
Level 7

Channel Subscribers

I've just published my first Channel. The Artisan Wine Channel. Obviously I'd like to track how many subscribers I have, but I can't figure out where to find this information. I've done a search for the answer but can't seem to find that either. Can anyone help me? Thanks!

Billy
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Roku Employee
Roku Employee

Re: Channel Subscribers

If you go to the channel details on the developer site, you'll see an "accounts installed" metric. If you want to do more sophisticated tracking you might want to integrate with Google Analytics or Omniture.

If it's a Roku billed channel, you can also see channel related transactions in the "Account Activity" area of the developer site.
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bbaughman
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Re: Channel Subscribers

"RokuChris" wrote:
If you go to the channel details on the developer site, you'll see an "accounts installed" metric. If you want to do more sophisticated tracking you might want to integrate with Google Analytics or Omniture.

If it's a Roku billed channel, you can also see channel related transactions in the "Account Activity" area of the developer site.



Thanks, Chris! Does it report in real-time?

Billy
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coskel
Level 7

Re: Channel Subscribers

I would be interested in setting up Google Analytics...
Channel: Go Live Sports Cast
"All I've had today is, like, six gummy bears and some scotch."
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Re: Channel Subscribers

I found this to be really helpfull: http://bloggingwordpress.com/2012/04/go ... evelopers/

I am still a little confused on how to set things up on the Google Analytics side. I cant find all of the parameter that I pass only UserValue.
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mkamprath
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Re: Channel Subscribers

You might also consider checking out Quantcast's BrightScript native analytics SDK for Roku. Quantcast's Measure for Roku tools will tell you the number of active users for a channel, but it will also tell you which device models are in use for your channel, plus other things such as daily usage, user retention, audience demographics and general interests (for large enough audiences). You can check out the Quantcast Roku SDK here:

https://github.com/quantcast/roku-measurement

You can read more about Quantcast Measure here:

https://www.quantcast.com/apps

Disclaimer - I work for Quantcast
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