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.

We’re on the Brink of a Social Media Hangover: Are Brands Prepared to Be the Remedy?
Are we in the midst of a social media hangover? Great read, Mukta Chowdhary

The Content Characteristics of High-Performing Blog Posts
A look at some of the common characteristics of top-performing blog posts. Thanks for the insight, Ayaz Nanji.

Corporate Buzzwords Are How Workers Pretend to Be Adults
An interesting look at how people use new positive words to polish up old negative ones. Is this the Uber for BS? Thanks for your thoughts, Olga Khazan.

If Cold Calling Is Dead, Why Is The Topic So Hot?
Why does cold calling keep coming up if it’s really dead? Interesting points, David Brock.

Mastering the One Skill You Need for Business Growth
The ability to persuade might be the most important skill to give entrepreneurs the competitive edge today. Thanks for your insight, Tiffani Bova.

9 Content Marketing Mistakes That Are Hurting Your Brand
A look at some content marketing strategy pet peeves you might want to avoid. Thanks, Jodi Warner.

5 Ways to Engage Your Audience While Running A Live Webinar
Some great tips for keeping a live webinar audience engaged so they’re not just sitting behind their screens listening. Thanks for the advice, Ryan Gould.

Conversions Aren’t Always Sales: How Moments of Connection Keep Customers Coming Back
Conversions don’t necessarily equal sales, they’re an ongoing process. Thanks for your thoughts, James Glover.

How B2B Marketers Can Use LinkedIn For ABM
A look at why B2B marketers should be taking advantage of LinkedIn when it comes to their ABM strategies. Great advice, Daniella Alscher.

WFH 101: Tips and tricks from the home front as tech workers go remote during coronavirus crisis
Some helpful tips for being productive working from home, especially during this coronavirus outbreak. Thanks, Kurt Schlosser.