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:

5 Magical Tactics for Repurposing B2B Marketing Content

Here are 5 easy steps to repurpose content while still creating a great user experience. Thanks Lee Odden for the tips.

Top 8 Blogging Mistakes You Might Not Know You’re Making

Blogging is a great way to spread the word and boost your business’s visibility. These are the 8 things to make sure you’re not doing on your blog. Thank you Lolly Spindler for your insight.

You Don’t Need to be Right to be Awesome

Learn to do things your own way and not just follow the herd. Everyone is unique and has their own strengths and weaknesses that they can use to be successful. Thanks Dan Waldschmidt for this empowering article.

3 Big Email Marketing Mistakes That Are Hurting Your Campaigns

Here’s how to keep mistakes to a minimum when making an email campaign. Thanks Mike Madden for this helpful article.

The 4 Letter Word in Success

This article teaches about how the will to succeed is more important than the classification of being successful or non-successful. Thank you Ken Thoreson for your perspective.

The Oversimplification of Sales Performance Work

How to simplify just enough without leaving out key information. Thank you Mike Kunkle for this interesting and helpful article.

13 Tips to Create a Rockin’ Profile on Linkedin

How to attract the right kind of attention to your page with these helpful tips and strategies. Thanks Viveka von Rosen for these Ideas.

Top 10 Reasons Why Sales Don’t Grow

This article highlights how to fix issues and get in the know about what’s going wrong. Thanks Dave Kurlan for this insightful knowledge.

The Disqualification Fallacy

How to remain open minded about leads and avoid falling into the hole that is the disqualification fallacy. Thank you Anthony Iannarino for this great advice.

8 Common Ugly Reasons Your Sales Calls Derail

How to keep your sales calls on track and structured. Thanks for this list, Mike Weinberg.