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.

How to Marry ABM and Inbound Marketing
While ABM and Inbound Marketing may seem drastically different, there may be a way to marry them in order to land those game-changing contracts. Great advice, Ryan Gould.

1+1+1+1=1
Sometimes 1+1=3 when people collaborate well, but there can be a danger when synergy is off, sometimes resulting in 1+1+1+1=1. Thanks for your thoughts, David Brock.

Dark Mode for Email: How Marketers Should Adapt
What is Dark Mode? And do you need it? Thanks for your insight, Chad S. White.

How Do I Avoid Having to Discount My Price?
If you don’t know the real reason why your customer wants to buy from you, you’ll always have to discount your price. Great read, Mark Hunter.

The Holy Grail: Email Send Time Optimization
If people are deleting your emails without a second thought, it may be the timing that’s off rather than your content. Thanks for your advice, Serenity Gibbons.

How to Build Consensus With an Instructive View of the Buyer’s Journey
Sometimes the buyer’s journey and sales process isn’t just linear, even if presented that way. Thanks for your thoughts, Anthony Iannarino.

10 Email Marketing Tips to Boost B2B Sales [Infographic]
Great infographic on email marketing that will help you boost your B2B sales. Thanks, Andrew Hutchinson.

How To Deal With Your Competition When In A Sales Meeting
Your competitors are bound to come up during a sales meeting. Here’s are some great ways to deal with it. Thanks for the tips,Sean McPheat.

PowerPoint Has Its Defenders, But They’re Wrong
An interesting look at the effectiveness of PowerPoint. It’s not that people are misusing it, maybe the tool itself is counterproductive. Thanks for your thoughts, Geoffrey James.

Remote Marketing Teams: Benefits, Challenges, and Five Tools to Keep Them Synced
A closer look at some of the implications of having remote staff. Great insight, Nikola Baldikov.