Author: patkrane

Podcaster, Voice Over, Musician, Nerd. Not necessarily in that order.

For those in the know, I was supposed to speak at TwitchCon in Long Beach, California as part of a panel on Podcasting on Twitch. In the end, I won’t be attending at all. My wife and I were planning on making TwitchCon a part of our big 20th anniversary trip, taking 2 weeks to […]

I’ve been super busy over the last few weeks, trying to get everything together for my first ever panel discussion at something that isn’t gaming related — Podcast Movement 2017. Yep. I’m heading to Anaheim, a place I know all too well thanks to Blizzcon, but I’ll be doing something very different. I won’t be […]

I have a bunch of audio posted on SoundCloud, including podcasts, clips, skits, and a few original songs. I know several podcasters that use SoundCloud for their entire podcast operations. But there’s been a lot of drama reported over the last week or so about the hosting service, as SoundCloud recently laid off 40% of […]

Okay… so this isn’t as much of a blog post as it is an exclamation of excitement and relief. Do you ever feel that when you finally let something loose into the public eye? Let me rewind, and for those of you that get my emails this may be a bit repetitious. I’ve had the […]

Get your FREE copy of The Podcast Launchpad Quickstart Guide to Produce, Publish and Promote Your Podcast at This show, Pat talks a little about something all podcasters need… PASSION. What is true passion, and how will it serve you as you go through your podcasting journey?  Then, Pat talks with Amanda and Julia […]

Welcome to Podcast Launchpad! You’ll be introduced to Pat Krane and find out what you can expect from this podcast in the future. The Podcast Launchpad Quickstart Guide to Produce, Publish and Promote Your Podcast is totally FREE and available at  

For me, it happened yesterday (which is why I’m writing about it now). Everyone seemed to be on edge, or have hard edges to them, or… something else about edges. It was all kinds of messed up. And then I looked at myself, and realized that everyone else might not be the problem. It could […]

When you start a podcast, you’ll find that your fans, your crew and even you will form certain expectations of it. Everyone will get to know what your topics revolve around, what the show’s strengths and weaknesses are, basic format and length of each episode, and more. Those expectations will also include WHEN your show will […]

At some point in your podcast career, you may entertain the notion of monetization — even if you’re only podcasting “as a hobby.” (By the way… the hobby of podcasting is still quite a bit of work!) Before I get into the nuts and bolts, please know that I don’t subscribe to one form of advertising […]

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