How To See Who Follows You On Mixer
Last Updated: May 29, 2020
If you like to play games, and you have social skills, streaming is the best way you will find to earn some money. It could even be a full-time job for the right person! However, even if money is not your primary objective, you can still stream your gaming sessions for other people to see. It is actually a great way to meet new people all around the world who share the same passion for games.
You will find that many different applications allow you to stream. But not all of them are game-focus. In this case, both Mixer and Twitch will do the trick. The main difference between them is that Mixer was created to reduce latency, which means that you will be able to see your audience messages faster. In other words, Mixer provides its users with faster communication.
In terms of revenue; the amount of money is related to the number of followers that your channel has. Naturally, the more followers, the more money you can produce. Therefore, keeping track of your audience and grow it is important. It reads easy, but growing a channel takes quite a long time. Hence, you have to invest a lot of time producing content and making it attractive to people.
But how do you keep track of your followers on Mixer? Well, it is pretty easy to do it, and it will give you an outline if you are doing things right.
Go to the Mixer home page and login with your credentials. Once you are inside, go to the top right corner of the screen and click on your profile picture to enter in your profile settings menu.
On this new menu, search and click on for “your network” option. It is the second option from the top down; beneath the broadcast dashboard option.
As you click it, a new window will appear on the screen. There you can see the channels you are following, the teams you either have, or that you are part of, and the people who are following you. In this case, we are interested in “your followers” option; click it.
There you will see all the people that are currently following you. Therefore, it is safe to say that the more people who are following you, the more famous you are. This causes that more people will see your streams, and your channel will grow bigger. This means that you could get more money to improve your gaming gear or to do anything you want!
If you want to see more in-depth analytics of your channel, you should consider going to the broadcast dashboard option. There you will have access to a comprehensive study of your activity and your channel, and you will be able to see how many people are watching your streams. Remember that followers and viewers are not the same things. The people that are watching your streams are known as viewers, and may or may not follow you. In contrast, a follower is a person that follows your content and is likely to watch it on a daily basis.
We expect that this guide has served you well; happy streaming!