In addition to our Sunday App of the Week feature, we also summarize some of our favorite B2B sales & marketing posts from around the Web each week. We’ll miss a ton of great stuff, so if you found something you think is worth sharing please add it to the comments below.
In the meantime, here’s some of what we’re reading:
Why successful never bring smartphones into meetings
According to new research, the more money that people make, the less they approve of smartphone use. Are you constantly using your smartphone during meetings? Interesting stats Travis Bradberry.
How to close a sale: the only thing you need to know
Are you focusing on you during a sale or on your prospects? It might be to think less about the outcome and more on your prospect. Great advice Jill Konrath.
And then the CEO threw a chair: the etiquette of boorish behavior
Reactions can sometimes be the most powerful indicator of how you lead your business. Don’t be the guy that throws his chair… Good article Jeff Haden.
How to create the habit of writing
Writing doesn’t come easy to everyone. If you can squeeze in the time to write a little bit every day, you’d be surprised at what you could produce. Thanks for the reminder Leo Babauta.
5 tips for creating a stellar Twitter bio
When it comes to Twitter bios, you have to find a way to make less be more. Aseem Badshah at Socedo has laid out 5 quick and easy tips to get the most from your Twitter bio. Thanks Aseem!
Want to improve your blog’s conversion rates? 11 tests to try
Only sticking to what we know works isn’t going to leave any room for growth. Try out these tests and see what results you can get for your blog. Great stuff from Pamela Vaughan.
Common headline writing myths we should all stop believing
Some of the headlines that worked in the past with the emotional triggers, are actually killing your traffic to your site. Are you writing headlines like these? Thanks Neil Patel.
5 quirks of the human brain every marketer should understand
The human brain is full of surprises with lots of little quirks and flaws. Hey marketers, how can you use these quirks to your benefit? Good stuff from Carter Bowles.
Two critical actions that distinguish great content marketers
Are you a goal-oriented person? Goals can be a key factor in distinguishing those great content marketers from the average. Thanks Joe Pulizzi.
8 expert advice on building an effective content marketing campaign
Creating campaigns is never easy, no matter what the topic is. It can take a lot of time and effort. So, how can we make killer content marketing strategies? Great insight Pam Sallegue.