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:
The two productivity traps holding you back
There are so many books and blog posts out there about productivity. Sounds like there are two common themes throughout them all though. Good stuff, Anthony Iannarino.
19 quick tips to improve your email marketing subject lines
They say don’t just a book by its cover… but how often does that really happen? Emails and subject lines are the same way. Great tips, Olivia Allen!
The No. 1 social media mistake you’re making (and four ways to fix it)
Marketers do a lot of measuring of a lot of different things – including page views, website traffic and so much more. However, are you measuring your social media efforts? Good stuff, Mike Volpe.
7 tips to take PowerPoint presos from “meh” to “wow”
Are you keeping your audience engaged and active in your PowerPoint presentations? Don’t let your audience fall asleep with these great, invigorating tips. Thanks, Monique Torres.
Sales management challenge: good corporate citizens & team players or top producers?
Great comparison of successful sales teams and Marshawn Lynch. Would you want a Marshawn Lynch on your team? Mike Weinberg would! And, go Hawks!
17 smart ways B2B marketers can use Pinterest
While most people think of Pinterest as a digital scrapbooking site, it is far more than that! Here are some simple ways for B2B marketers to take advantage of Pinterest. Good stuff, Pam Neely.
Neutral is not a strategy
Take a look at the sides you pick during your sales calls. Are you pro? Against? Maybe neutral? Let’s hope you aren’t neutral because that means you aren’t challenging the customer! Great reminder, Dave Brock.
How to avoid falling short of your sales goal this year
Everyone wants to achieve their goals, so why do we sometimes fall short? Use these tips from Jill Konrath to start achieving more of your goals.