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:

7 tried-and-true ways to defeat writer’s block
Sometimes, it feels like you can’t escape writer’s block. Here are some helpful ways to overcome writer’s block and get your great ideas down on paper. Great advice, Neil Patel.

6 creative ways to integrate social media and email marketing
Buying decisions aren’t one-dimensional. Buyers are influencers from all around them. Integrating your marketing strategies can only help, right? Good stuff, Jimmy Daly.

How music can definitely help you sell more
Maybe you need to get pumped up? Maybe you need to relax a little? Either way, music might be the best solution to get you in the right mindset to sell. So true, Dave Kurlan.

Content for leads: how to create content that spreads and fills the funnel
It’s easy to create content. It’s not always as easy to find qualified leads. Develop content that helps you generate leads and kill two birds with one stone! Great article, Michael Stelzner.

10 habits of highly effective B2B content marketers
How effective is your content marketing strategy? Oddly enough, most B2B marketers who are using a content strategy don’t actually think it is effective. Good advice to make it effective, Rachel Foster.

The compounding returns of content marketing
“Content marketing efforts require consistent investment but ultimately yield enormous results.” I couldn’t say this any better. Good stuff, Tomasz Tunguz.

How to align sales and marketing around a seamless buyer journey
There is a lot of talk right now about the alignment between marketing and sales. However, this alignment is also reliant upon the buyers and their journey. Good points, Kelley Hafer.

5 engagement-driven elements you should add to every blog post
There are no formulas to predict exact engagement (even though we so wish there were). Here are 5 elements to add to your next blog post to up its engagement. Good stuff, Neil Patel.

30 ways to lose an argument [infographic]
It’s always frustrating when you lose an argument. There’s no doubt about that. Next time you’re in an argument, think back to this infographic and turn the conversation around. Fun stuff, Lindsay Kolowich.