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:

12 clever ways to use more visuals on social media
Adding visuals to social posts can be a game changer these days. Entice your followers to click on your links even more with a little image or some color. Good stuff, Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick.

The call that didn’t go the way you thought it went
Many sales people mistake questions asked to them as negative towards them and their sales solution. However, don’t think of them that way. Your prospect just wanted reassurance that your solution is the right one. Great point, Anthony Iannarino.

3 habits surprisingly killing your productivity
Getting your entire to-do list and then some accomplished might make you feel productive, however you are sadly mistaken. It’s time to stop these bad habits. Great reminder, CA Newberry.

How to curate content like a pro: 8 lessons (examples included)
A lot of people confuse the concept of content curation and curated content. Do you know the difference? How are you curating your content? Good tips, Heidi Cohen.

Fickle friend or fan for life? Turning customers into brand ambassadors
Referrals, referrals, referrals. These can be your best brand ambassadors when it comes down to it. Great point, Justin Gray!

Always be recruiting
You never know when you will run into your next employee or business partner. Take the time to get to know people. This is great advice, Craig Rosenberg!

How to create exciting content for a boring industry
Some topics in business might come across as boring. However, each of these topics have the potential to become interesting with a little digging and creativity. Great reminders, Brianne Rush.

Why emotion matters in B2B marketing
You might think that emotion only really matters in B2C marketing, but people in businesses having feelings too. The emotional appeal is just as strong from B2C to B2B. Good article, Chuck Green.