Once you've started accruing supports, you'll want to learn more about who your supporters are and where they came from to help you reach out in the right places.

We've designed our stats page to make it easy for creators to understand and act on the data that actually matters. So let's get to it.

Head over to your account dashboard and click on the "View all stats" button to go to your Stats page.

Once you are on your stats page, you will see a lot of data neatly presented in graphs and tables. Let's break it down.

The page graph

Here you have your earnings, supporter count, and views for the last 30 days, 90 days and all time. You can also see percentages comparing the performance of your page to the past 30 and 90 days.

You can also toggle between 30 days, 90 days, and all time, so you can get the best of all three analytic worlds: the short term and the big picture.


A source is the origin of a visit to your page. If you share your page link on Twitter and a supporter/member follows the link to your page, the source would be Twitter. Similarly, if someone comes across your BMC page on Facebook and then visits your page, the source would be Facebook.

All references to your page are shown in the sources list. Along with this, you will also get to see the number of views, as well as the absolute dollar amount of support that came from each source.


To help you learn about where or which part of the world the majority of your audience is from, we show an approximate location of your supporters based on the IP of the support.

If the support has been made in a country, the country will appear in the table along with a percentage based on the number of supports that came from that country. Countries with high volume will appear on top of the table and vice versa.

If you have any questions or queries on any of these options, just hit us up!

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