The Lede: Hangout Hot Seat with Brian Clark

In tomorrow's blog post we are going to share a special Hangout video. So what’s so interesting about this Hangout?

We are calling this Hangout showcase the Hangout Hot Seat … and the first episode features none other than the Frank Underwood of Copyblogger.

Yes, Brian Clark.

We ask him some serious business questions like: 

 - What does “Media, not marketing” mean?
 - Is Google-Plus still an essential tool for content marketers?
 - How and why could Google become the next big movie studio?
 - How can you balance native advertising and journalistic integrity?
 - How do you do native advertising right?
 - Should writers fear Google, and should writers ever guest post again?
 - Why did Copyblogger close blog comments?

But that's not all. Like a good mullet we were business upfront ... but all party in the back. 

That's what you should expect when a bunch of misfits are running the show. 

So we got to skewer Brian with questions like: 

 - Seriously … why does he like the Foo Fighters so much?
 - How does he rank Breaking Bad, The Sopranos, and The Wire?
 - Why isn’t he on Twitter verbally abusing his friends anymore?
 - Would a Texas A&M alum who is also a Broncos fan rather have Peyton Manning or Johnny Manziel?
 - Has he taken voice lessons?
 - Who is the “Frank Underwood” and the “Raymond Tusk” of Copyblogger?
 - What is the most satisfying book mention of his career?
 - Who do Demian and Jerod look like?

The answer to that last question is a belly-roar good one ... and the inspiration for our new talk show. 

All coming tomorrow. Stay tuned. Update: The post is live:
Shared publiclyView activity