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On voicemap.me/dashboard, you’ll see your estimated royalties to date, a list of payments made to you, and a real-time sales report listing all downloads of your tour. The sales report also shows how your customers downloaded your tour.
Understanding the dashboard #
If you aren’t sure what specific terms on your dashboard mean, you might find the following glossary useful.
- Cost: The price paid for the sales in that row. If you have changed the price of your tour over time, the different prices will appear as different rows.
- Royalty Percentage: Your royalty is calculated by multiplying this percentage by the list price minus app store fees.
- iOS and Android Sales: In-app sales on the respective platforms. iOS and Android take a 30% commission from in-app sales.
- Web Sales: Sales directly from the website. This revenue is split entirely between VoiceMap and the storyteller with no outside fees.
- SWF Redemptions: Share with Friends redemptions, the number of times your tour has been downloaded using a share-with-friends code. At the time of writing, VoiceMap gives a royalty of $0.35 per SWF download.
- Free Coupon Redemptions: Number of tour downloads from free tour coupon codes.
- Paid Coupon Redemptions: When a storyteller purchases coupon codes from VoiceMap for resale, the total number of paid coupon redemptions is counted here.
- Reseller Coupon Redemptions: When a third party reseller, such as TripAdvisor or a museum for instance, sells your tour your royalties are awarded when the coupon code is used and the total number of codes used is counted here.
A spreadsheet for estimating your revenue based on the various types of sales is available here.
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