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.

Revenue Operations: A Game-Changer for B2B Marketers
Revenue operations is quickly becoming a trend in B2B marketing. Here’s a look at what it is exactly and how you can reap it’s benefits. Great article, Fred Shilmover.

7 Ways Marketers Can Succeed in 2020
Some great tips to succeed in the new year when it comes to your marketing strategies. Thanks, Drew Neisser.

Delegate but don’t abdicate
Delegating doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t have to think about that task anymore. Make sure your still supporting the person being given the task. Thanks for your thoughts, Naphtali Hoff.

Customer centricity: What is it really and how do you get it?
A closer look at what customer centricity really is and how you can develop it for your own organization. Great read, Denise Lee Yohn.

Why New Buyers See You First, And What To Do About It
Nowadays, buyers are the ones who do their research and seek you out as a seller. So how can we navigate this concept today? Thanks for your insight, Colleen Francis.

7 Things You Should Resolve To Quit In The New Year
A look at some resolutions you should be making that you may not have considered. Thanks for the advice, Anthony Iannarino.

5 Misunderstandings That Sabotage Your Content Marketing
Some familiar words, phrases, and quotes that may not mean what you think they mean. Thanks for your thoughts, Kim Moutsos.

6 Trends That’ll Set Up Your B2B Marketing Campaigns for Success in 2020
2020 is here and it’s time to reflect on the previous year and make changes to optimize the upcoming year. Thanks for the tips, Christine Warner.

Is optimal the point?
Some brief and thoughtful words on the point of optimal. Great insight, Seth Godin.

10 Charts That Will Change Your Perspective Of Marketing Technology
Some great visuals to really get you thinking about marketing technology. Thanks, Louis Columbus.