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:
How to Make Yourself Work When You Just Don’t Want To
You can get better at not putting things off, if you use the right strategy. Thanks for your insights Heidi Grant.
The Lessons of Leonardo: How to Be a Creative Genius
A look at Leonardo and being a creative genius when it comes to marketing. Thanks, Walter Isaacson.
How to Write Powerful Cold Emails That Actually Get Replies
Everyone writes cold emails, but who’s actually good at it? How many salespeople manage to get a decent open rate from an actual cold email? Thanks for the great tips on cold emails, Mario Martinez.
11 SURPRISE PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS FOR NEXT LEVEL PERFORMANCE.
Some great tools for productivity. Thanks, Dan Waldschmidt.
Why Websites with Simple Designs Have Higher Conversion Rates
Far too often websites try to jam too much information into a very small space. Thanks for your insights, Neil Patel.
How to increase database integrity to crush your 2018 targets
Some great tips for crushing your 2018 targets. Thanks, Scott Vaughan.
Is Nurturing Leads a Productive Strategy for Creating Customers?
Is nurturing leads the best way to create customers? Thanks for your insights, Mark Hunter.
Five Ways to Position Your Organization for Sales and Marketing Success in 2018
Some great tips for positioning your organizations for sales and marketing success. Thanks for the tips, Seismic.
7 Soft Skills You Need to Achieve Career Growth
What exactly are soft skills, and why are they so important to growing your career? This is a great article to figure that out! Thanks for the insight, Sophia Bernazzani.
What Are You Willing to Leave Undone
Doing good work requires that you make decisions about what you are going to do and what you are going to leave undone. Thanks for your thoughts, Anthony Iannarino.