Authorpreneur’s Almanac #34

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Sterling & Stone’s love hate relationship is well documented by now.

We’re in a hard spot. We absolutely see the need for a strong social media presence, but it’s impossible for us to grow, let alone maintain what’s already there without serious sacrifice to something else.

It’s top of mind as we continue to grow, especially as we build out our next version of the Sterling & Stone site. Community is key.

Tara Jacobson has done a tremendous amount with our social media in the last few months, leaving us with a nice base to build from, once we can.

In this video, Tara details how she finds stuff for us to share, across the various Sterling & Stone channels.

Enjoy (and thanks for all your awesome suggestions last week. I can’t wait to get my hands on our new theme!)

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About Sean Platt

Sean Platt is an author entrepreneur, founder of Sterling & Stone, and co-founder of the Collective Inkwell and Realm & Sands imprints. Follow him on Twitter, Google+, or Facebook.


  1. Another great video from Tara. Wish there had been links to all of the sites and stuff she uses. Now I’ll have to go back and re-watch it, to find it all – and I’m just so lazy 😉

  2. Tara Jacobsen says:

    HA!!! I am making marketing mini courses for Rebels, Realtors and WRITERS!!! If you have a need for something with specific needs, let me know….:)

  3. Dale Szewczyk says:

    Aha! I wondered who signed, TJ, on responses from S&S FB page. Nice to meet you finally, TJ!

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