Sure - I'll do the best I can w/out watching its entirety over again.
It seemed like the majority of the first third of the show was about where G+ or Linkedin was lacking from a social media sense and some minor topics related around that with very little input or direction from Robert. There were some useful nuggets of information about not just shotgun blasting marketing, drawing your followers in and staying ahead of them with good content/real interactions and some others that I can't recall at the moment.
An example of where I really wanted some more information was when you brought up the new twitter account for your Podcasts, and how difficult that is to build up. It would have been a great place for Robert to ask what kind of things you're doing to overcome that and get specifics - not that they apply to everyone, but it helps to get brainstorming going.
It wasn't until around minute 13:00
when Robert asked his first user question that I felt the conversation started getting into more specifics and actionable takeaways.
I think the title "how to succeed" is what got me the most. It left me expecting something other than what I (thought) I got. It was a good conversation and I agreed with most of what you were saying.
Hope that helps to explain where I was coming from in my original post, and apologies if it doesn't... I can struggle with getting to the point :)
enjoy the broadcast, just wanted to leave some feedback for Robert about what might make these broadcasts more beneficial to the viewers and what might make him a better interviewer.