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.

Is Technology Hurting Or Helping Our Ability To Sell And Drive Revenue?
Sometimes technology is great, but sometimes it can do more harm than good when it comes to selling and driving revenue. Thanks for your thoughts, David Brock.

The Only People Who Complain About Salespeople
Sales experts seem to have more of a problem with salespeople then customers do. Great article, Anthony Iannarino.

7 Content Marketing Tasks to Automate Right Now
Marketing automation is no longer optional, but not all content marketing tasks should be automated. Thanks for your insight, Aaron Agius.

How to Humanize B2B Marketing to Accelerate Growth
B2B needs to speak human and win back the trust upon which its growth depends. Great insight, Shama Hyder.

How To Craft Compelling Emails For Holiday Shoppers
A look at how to use the holidays to your advantage when it comes to your email marketing strategy. Thanks for the tips, Kelly Shelton.

Want To Build An Effective Sales Team? Avoid These Common Misconceptions
Misconceptions you need to address if you want to have a truly thriving sales team. Thanks, Donald Hatter.

Planning for an effective sales kickoff during your busiest time of year
How to plan an effective sales kickoff when often a third of your business comes during your fourth quarter. Thanks for the advice, Jay Mitchell.

The Modern Marketing Suite – Do We Finally Have an Alternative to the Franken-stack?
A look at what makes up a modern marketing suite. Thanks, Justin Wolf.

Problem-Centric Selling vs Product-Centric Selling: It’s Time We Change the Way We Sell
The product shouldn’t necessarily be the center of all that is sales. Some great insight via A Sales Guy Inc..

Three Tests to Assess Your Customer Centricity-Beyond Lip Service
Is your business customer-centric? You can find out. Thanks, Hank Barnes.