The Marketplace Dashboard is a live dashboard that displays your earned Marketplace revenue. You can watch for trends, monitor key stations or shows, and see the revenue you are generating.

In this article we are going to cover:

Brief video walk-through

Metrics and terms

RevenueNet revenue (after ad revenue share) generated based on the number of impressions delivered, multiplied by the average impressions' eCPM.
ImpressionsThe total number of impressions generated by the publisher(s). An impression is generated by a listener being connected to your station or podcast during an ad spot.
Effective cost per mile is the average revenue earned for every 1000 delivered impressions.

Marketplace Dashboard

The SoundStack Marketplace Dashboard provides customers who have opted into SoundStack Marketplace with a high-level look into the revenue generated.

To log in, access and use your account credentials. After logging in, you will be redirected to the Monetize dashboard. To access the Marketplace dashboard you would have to select Marketplace from the left-side navigation menu.

NOTE: The default metrics displayed in the Marketplace Dashboard reflect data from the last 24 hours, but it's important to note that these numbers are provisional and not final.

You also have the option to refine the data by specifying a date range, selecting a specific publisher, or filtering by individual publisher.

NOTE: Please note that any intervals you select will represent the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) timezone.

The next section presents a high-level summary of your statistics by the total revenue for selected publishers (1), which is net revenue, and includes any fees or pre-negotiated revenue share, the total impressions for selected publishers (2), and the average eCPM (3).

Below you will find a line graph about the revenue of the publishers based on the filter selected. The time dimension is distributed on the horizontal axis, while the vertical axis reports the values of total revenue with green color (1), total impressions with blue (2), and average eCPM with purple (3). The graph below shows what a month filter might look like.

The last plotted graph presents a breakdown by weeks for the last month depending on the filters selected.

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