This is most likely due to the following reasons for labels and licensors: Labels: If you're using different licensors to distribute your music to different regions, the song or album might be ingested more than once. Since Spotify Analytics doesn't roll up the stats at the song recording level, you might have to search for different versions of the same album or song by URI.
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Apple Music seems like the best alternative given I'm pretty invested in the Apple ecosystem already. What I'm looking for most, beyond the obvious transfer of playlists, is some way of automatically translating my lists of 'followed' artists, and 'liked' albums and tracks to their closest Apple Music equivalents. I've got years worth of that.
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Listeners are unique listeners who stream your songs during the time period specified. If someone plays your music multiple times in the displayed time period, they only get counted once. You can see how many daily listeners you have by hovering over the timeline graph on Audience. The daily listeners stat gives you a detailed look at changes to the number of people listening to your music on.
The fourth quarter of 1989 marked the first time Apple had seen a drop in sales. The stock market got edgy, Apple's shares lost a fifth of its value, and despite having once been tipped to one day.