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 are some B2B Reads that we love:

Content Curation For Marketers
Clear a space in your busy day to read this wonderful post about content curation. It include step-by-step tools and research to support you in your content goals for 2016. Great article, Ross Hudgens!

Here’s What Happens When You Don’t Trust Your Gut
Indecisiveness is not an attractive trait to cling to. It is the difference between success and failure, so learn to trust yourself and finding the right path for you. Empowering post, Gesche Haas.

3 Steps To Display Advertising Success
Some great tips to eliminating wasted impressions, increase CTR, and getting the most information from your metrics. Great insight, Peter Isaacson.

The One Person Who Deserves Your Total Honesty
Before I opened this post i ran through the options of who Ian was referring to, like my boss, my spouse, etc. but I was definitely incorrect.Insightful read, Anthony Iannarino.

How to Figure Out What Keywords Your Potential Customers are Using
You know your potential customers are out there and you can fulfill their needs but how do you reach them through keywords? Awesome solutions, Bridget Deutz.

Content Curation Resolutions: 8 Tools to Try in 2016
Need some extra help finding more efficient tools for content curation? Here is a great starting point. Great list, Jodi Harris.

10 Things I Hate About Your Sales Email
Seriously, don’t make these mistakes. Let’s make 2016 emails more personalized then ever! thanks, Leah Bell.

What Does A Brand Evangelist Do, And Do You Need One?
And no, I don’t mean hiring a Kardashian to promote your products, I’m talking about the average Joe and small business owners. The people who you make a personal connection with through your quality product and service. Great read, Neil Patel.