Podcasting Experiments

You are a podcaster that doesn’t want to just do the “normal” solo or interview podcast. Take a look at ways people have done different things with their podcast and learn what you can experiment with on your podcast!

From fan of podcasts to producer of podcasts. As an avid fan of podcasts, a little bit of research led Paul to realize podcasting is relatively cheap and easy to get into. He bought a Radio Shack mic and just started talking. He tried all sorts of different themes including socio-political issues and soccer before figuring out how to be authentic and entertaining. This led to his first fictional podcast. Now 6 years later he has 3 fiction podcasts, 2 more in the making and a podcast about writing.

  • How Paul got started in podcasting
  • The journey and failures that got him to the podcasts he has now
  • How Paul’s podcast Diary of a Madman came about
  • Utilizing your downtime and finding a niche by experimenting
  • How Diary of a Madman has developed to include other writers for the next few seasons
  • Editing episode by episode versus editing the whole season
  • How to smartly invest your energy when trying to grow your audience
  • Why Paul created the Fate Crafters network
  • The advantages of belonging to a podcast network


Paul’s Website:


Paul’s Podcasts:

Subject: Found – http://www.paulsating.com/subject-found

Diary Of A Madman – http://www.paulsating.com/diary-of-a-madman

Athiest Apocolypse – http://www.paulsating.com/atheist-apocalypse

Who Killed Julie? – http://www.paulsating.com/who-killed-julie

Horrible Writing – http://www.paulsating.com/horrible-writing


Fate Crafters  Podcast Network