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 we love:

Are You Making This Classic Sales Conversation Mistake?
Here are some concrete ways to add value to every encounter. Great insights, James Muir.

Waiting for the Client to Decide What’s Next
Don’t wait around for the client to make the decision, closing is important. Great article, Anthony Iannarino.

6 Tips to keep Things Running Smoothly While You’re On Vacation
Some great tips on keeping the office running so you don’t have to worry about it on your vacation. Thanks, Young Entrepreneur Council.

10 Practical and Tactical LinkedIn Tips for Social Selling Success
Great ways to use your LinkedIn for business development. Awesome tips, Brynne Tillman.

Avoid the Summer Slump: 3 Tips from Growth Marketing Experts
Some expert advice on getting out of your flat-growth slumps. Thanks for putting this together, Kate Taylor Mighty.

Why Confidence is a Vital Key to Your Success
You need to have enough confidence for you and your customer when it comes to sales. Thanks for your insights, Jeff Shore.

The Missing Link In Sales Performance
Your front line sales manager is key in having a productive team. Thanks for the article, David Brock.

How to Use the Power of Storytelling in B2B Ads
The human brain is wired to want to read words in the form of a story, and storytelling will help make your brand memorable when it comes to marketing. Really great points, thanks Nicki Howell.

Six Productivity Experts Share How to Actually Get Work Done Suring the Summer
With increase work absences during the summer it’s important to set up a productivity plan to make sure you’re getting stuff done. These are some great expert tips, thanks for putting this together, Stephanie Vozza.

4 Categories of Time- How to Get More Done Everyday
Almost everyone struggles with time management at some point. It’s important to understand how you’re spending time and how you want to be spending it. Thanks, Mike Schultz.