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:
8 things that trip you up in blogging (and how to get back on your feet)
A lot goes into a blog post. Here are some of the most common things that make you stumble while blogging, and how to overcome them. Great stuff from Pamela Vaughan.
6 things sales needs from marketing
Sales and marketing departments depend on each other to be successful, yet they often don’t take the time to offer ideas and support. Great tips from Samantha Stallard.
A note to entrepreneurs on leading sales
Entrepreneurs can get a little choked up when it comes to selling because they don’t know where to start. Here are a few tips to get you entrepreneurs ready to sell. Awesome post from Anthony Iannarino.
“How much follow up is too much?”
All marketers and salespeople get anxious and excited for what is going to come next. But, a lot of people ask this question on everyday on how much follow up is really too much. Great insight from Dave Brock.
The right way to answer a work email
We spend a lot of time wasted on reading and responding to emails. Be more efficient so you can spend your time on more productive things. Check out these tips from Diana Urban.
Lead generation for dummies: 7 lead generation strategies you might not have considered
A lot of marketers use Facebook ads, events, email marketing and other such ways in their marketing mix. However, they are missing a lot of other creative ways. Great stuff from Dayna Rothman.
Dumbing it down to get smart people to buy
Getting everyone to buy your product or service isn’t always easy because people differ in their approaches and priorities. Here are some quick tips to get even the smartest person to buy from Nancy Nardin.
5 sales and marketing thought leaders weigh in on inbound marketing
An overreliance of inbound marketing can negatively affect the revenue of your company. Here are what some other marketing pros on the subject. Interesting stuff from Dan McDade.
Top 10 prospecting voicemail don’ts
Do you want to get a higher customer response rate and to better build your reputation? Get your voicemails up to speed then with these great tips! Good stuff from Greg Klingshirn.
How to audit your website content for SEO
People have been looking at website content audits for SEO purposes in a negative light lately. Here are some tips to successfully audit your website content from Amanda DiSilvestro.