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.

7 Tips for Graduates Seeking a Career in Marketing and CX
Some great advice for recent grads going into marketing! Thanks, Katie Martell.

How Text Messaging Apps Could Apply To B2B: Marketers Eyeing New Channel To Engage Next-Gen Customers
Everyone uses messaging apps these days. But how can that be used in today’s B2B strategies? Thanks for your thoughts, Klaudia Tirico.

How to Improve Sales Using One Simple Tool
Sales opportunities can be complex which makes it easy to miss things and make mistakes as a salesperson. A checklist could help you avoid those mistakes. Thanks for your insight, Mike Schultz.

Why trying to be too efficient will make us less efficient in the long run
A great look at the efficiency paradox. Thanks, Angela Chen.

Don’t Send Prospecting Emails Like This – Please!
A good example of what NOT to say in a prospecting email, and some tools to help you improve. Thanks for the tips, Jill Konrath.

Be a Bad Writer to Be a Great Writer
You can’t compare your first drafts to other writers’ final drafts. Sometimes having a bad rough draft will help you end up with a better final draft. Thanks for your thoughts, Stefanie Flaxman.

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Using LinkedIn for Sales
LinkedIn is a great sales tool, but not when you make these mistakes… Thanks for the advice, Elizabeth Frederick.

Identify and Rejuvenate Your Inactive Customers
Don’t let those inactive customers go to waste, they can still be useful to you! Thanks for your insight, Gabrielle Tao.

How to Write Headlines That Get Shared And Drive Traffic
A great look at how to write the best headlines without creating empty promises and click-bait. Thanks for the tips, Nathan Isaacs.

5 Ways Smart Sales Managers Optimize 1:1 Coaching Time
Some great tips for getting the most out of your one-on-one time with your sales team members. Thanks, Richard Lanchantin.