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:
Who Cares?!!? Sales Is Only about THEM
It is a good day when you realize the world does not revolve around you. Your relationships will improve because people will see that you have your full attention on their needs. In return your sales and business relationships will soar. Insightful post, Jeff Beals.
The 3 Marketing Metrics You Should View Every Day
What marketing metrics should you check in your everyday routine? These 3 metrics are handy to know and track on a daily basis. Thanks for the points, Lolly Spindler.
You Think You’re Disciplined, But You’re Not.
First let’s rule out what many people think discipline is by asking the hard questions, then how to better yourself with the proper execution of self discipline. Great insights, Dan Waldschmidt.
5 Common Traits Of The Best Content Marketing Companies
Looking to outsource your content marketing? Sometimes this is a great fit for companies who have limited inside resources. Check out these tips for choosing a quality content marketing partner. Thanks, Dawn Papandrea.
4 Clever Ways Videos Can Help You Attract Customers
If you are looking to tap into the amazing conversion rate results that videos produce then take the time to read this article. Great article, Neil Patel.
Help Me Take “Big Deals and High Heels” on the Road
We may be wired in different ways, but men and women can use their strengths to drive the bigger deals through diversity. Thanks for your insight, Joanne Black.
11 Ways to Use Video in Your Content Marketing
You have the budget, the team, and the professionals ready to make your video but you need direction as to what the message is you want to express. Great tips, Gary Lipkowitz.
How Many Sales Touches Are Too Many?
Sometimes we may forget that the person on the other end of the phone is not just a number but a person who is giving you their time, what are you giving back in return? Thank you for the great article, Andy Paul.