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.

4 Future-Proof Marketing Tips from Top CMOs in 2020
With all the new tricks for staying up to date in the ever-changing marketing world, here are some things that will help you be future-proof. Thanks for the tips, Jozi Hall.

Five Content Marketing Myths Debunked
A look at some of the most common content marketing myths and how to overcome them. Thanks for your insight, Kevin Lindsay.

What’s Next for CMOs in 2020?
2020 planning is in full swing for CMOs. Here are some ways to build a better marketing strategy this year. Thanks, Lynne Capozzi.

“What Problem Is The Customer Trying To Solve?”
Don’t define the problem your customer is trying to solve by what you’re selling. Thanks for your thoughts, David Brock.

What You Need to Know About Pitching Over Email
Pitching strangers with no context over email might not be the best way to get your services noticed. Great read, Anthony Iannarino.

5 Ways to Improve Your B2B Social Media Marketing Strategy in 2020 [Infographic]
Great infographic showing ways B2B organizations are generating great results on social media. Thanks, Andrew Hutchinson.

Does Your B2B Company Need a Podcast?
Podcasts can be a valuable tool for your B2B company, but might not be right for every B2B brand. Ask yourself these question before getting started in the podcasting world. Thanks the insight, Kaya Ismail.

The Best Way to Kill Your Proposals
Don’t pack your proposals with value and features that the client doesn’t need. Great advice, Colleen Francis.

CCPA Is Here, But Not Enough Marketers Are Paying Attention
A closer look at CCPA and why you should be paying attention to it. Thanks, Craig Sturgis.

Cold Emailing Executives: 10 Phrases to Avoid at All Costs
Executives read so many cold emails, they get a first hand look at some of the bad templates and writing habits. Here are some things you’ll want to avoid at all cost. Thanks for the advice, Drew D’Agostino.