Bill Arnott’s Beat: Webinar on The Power of Cross-Promotion

Originally presented on September 13th, 2020, This two-hour webinar features Bill Arnott giving a recorded workshop he gave for the Federation of BC and Yukon Writers for both self-published and traditionally published authors. Workshop attendees paid $45, but accessing the recorded session is only $12. This supports the Federation as well as the presenter.

Throughout the webinar, Bill presents his tips on:

  • Marketing essentials – promoting books AND your author brand.
  • Leveraging your marketing – optimizing free publicity.
  • Building your presence – in person and online.

To access the webinar for the nominal $12 fee, click the button to be taken to the BC Federation of Writer’s website:


About the presenter: Bill Arnott has degrees in marketing and finance with fifteen years of successful writing to his name. He’s been awarded for his prose, poetry, and song. Bill’s written four nonfiction paperbacks, twenty-four mini books on personal success and two novellas, with dozens of poems and articles published in literary journals, magazines and anthologies, in addition to his well-received Bill Arnott’s Beat posts and reviews here at TMR. Bill prides himself on doing good work, taking none of it too seriously, and delivering his very best at every presentation.

James M. Fisher is the owner and editor-in-chief of The Miramichi Reader. The Miramichi Reader (TMR) —Canada’s best-regarded source for the finest in new literary releases— highlights noteworthy books and authors across Canada from coast to coast to coast (est. 2015). James works and resides in Miramichi, New Brunswick with his wife and their dog.

West Coast Editor/Poetry Reviewer at The Miramichi Reader -- Website

Bill Arnott is the bestselling author of the suspense-thriller series The Gamble Novellas, the poetry collection Forever Cast in Endless Time, and WIBA and ABF book awards finalist, Gone Viking: A Travel Saga. He’s been awarded for prose, poetry, songwriting, is the producer of Bill's Artist Showcase, and for his eight-year Gone Viking trek has been granted a Fellowship at London’s Royal Geographical Society. When not trekking the globe with a small pack, weatherproof journal and laughably outdated camera phone, Bill can be found on Canada’s west coast, making friends and misbehaving. Watch for the follow-up to Bill’s award-winning bestseller, the soon-to-be-released Gone Viking II: Beyond Boundaries, (RMB Fall 2021).

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