For those interested in turning their broadcast into their business, there is no greater tool for success than the Tango statistics page.
That’s why, for the past few weeks, Tango has been hard at work making our statistics page the top spot for your streaming business! Now, all you talented streamers have exclusive insights and information so you can analyze your streams and get more followers, viewers, and diamonds.
How to see your Tango stats page
First, go to your account menu by tapping your profile photo in the top left corner of the screen.
You’ll then see the drop-down menu. Fourth down on the list is the statistics tab.
You can also view your stats at the end of each stream. Once you end your broadcast you’ll have the option to go straight to the stats menu to analyze your performance.
Your Tango statistics
Your Tango statistics show you the 4 most important details:
4. 🕰️Broadcast Time
You can select to see each one on a daily, weekly, or even monthly basis.
Obviously, you want to know how much you’re earning each broadcast. If you notice a sudden spike in earnings, write down what you did that day during your broadcast. You can use this to improve your stream and increase the number of diamonds you’re getting.
Followers are the key to consistent fans and bigger gifts. Check the days, weeks, and months that you’re getting more followers to understand how to optimize your streams for your fans.
The higher your viewer count, the easier it is for other people to find you as well. Take note if there are particular days where you see more viewers showing up to your stream and make sure that those are the days you’re going live.
4. Broadcast Time
Did you know that your broadcast time can have a major impact on the number of diamonds, fans, and viewers you’re getting? It’s true – read all about it here! Now you can easily look back and see the amount of broadcasting time that’s right for you.
Quick Tango statistics recap
|How much you earn each broadcast
|The number of new fans you’re getting
|How many people are watching your stream
|Ways your stream time affects your goals
When to check your stats
It’s not a must, but you should try checking them after every live broadcast.
This allows you to compare your most recent broadcast to past live-stream sessions. You can see if what you’re doing is creating better, worse, or the same results.
DON’T get upset if you notice your stats are going down. It could be that there’s a holiday and people are busy, or maybe you just need to mix up your broadcasting hours. Try checking out other broadcasters or read here for tons of new ideas!
How can I earn more?
For a complete guide on how to earn more during your broadcasts, make sure you check out our blog post here.
In a nutshell, earning more comes from providing great content that your audience loves. This can a talent that you have, or by being a great conversationalist. Most of your earnings are going to come from gifts, so if you haven’t read up on how to increase the number of gifts you’re getting, make sure you do that ASAP.
How do I get more followers?
When you bring fun and positive energy into your stream, people are naturally going to stick around and want to talk to you. If you connect with them, they’ll likely follow you and become your fans.
|What to do
|What not to do
|✅ Smile, and welcome everyone to your stream
|❌ Stare at the camera silently
|✅ Ask people questions and get to know them
|❌ Watch TV, play around on your phone
|✅ Show off a cool talent
|❌ Inappropriate dancing or other activities
|✅ Thank everyone for any gift and their time
|❌ Demand people give you more
What can I do to get more viewers?
- Go live often: the more you stream, the higher up you’ll appear in the explore page
- Stream together: other streamers can be your best friends. Do battles and live parties to increase your audience size.
- Post on social media: when you post your stream on social media you bring even more people to your broadcast.
- Engage with your fans: send your fans messages letting them know when you’ll be going live. Sometimes a little personal touch is all it takes.
How long should I stream for?
This is a very important question and one that we have the answer to!
According to our own internal data, all the top streamers on Tango stream between 50 minutes to an hour during each broadcast!
However, by streaming over an hour, you are more likely to double your earnings. Make sure to check your own Tango stats to see which time is best for you personally.
Excited to use the new Tango stats to improve your streaming? Make sure you first download the Tango Live app either on desktop or from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. While you’re at it, keep checking our blog for even more updates, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for exclusive deals and important information!