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.

Content Marketing Can Do More Than Survive in the New World
Content marketing will likely be the shining star in this new world we’re living in. Thanks for your insight, Stephanie Stahl.

What working remotely has taught us about trust
A look at the good, the bad, and the ugly about what remote work has taught us about trust. Thanks,  Barbara Brooks Kimmel.

Assessing Coronavirus’s Impact on Your Business Model
How to asses the impact Coronavirus will have on your business model now, and in the long run. Great read, Thomas Ritter and Carsten Lund Pedersen.

8 Tips on Dealing with “Remoteliness” and Adversity
How we handle remoteliness and adversity now can have a lasting effect in the future. Thanks for the tips, Miles Austin.

Attraction Marketing: What It is & How to Master It
An in depth look at attraction marketing and why it works. Thanks, Kayla Carmichael.

The future is not what it used to be: Thoughts on the shape of the next normal
Seven elements for business leaders to consider as they plan for the next normal. Great insight, Kevin Sneader and Shubham Singhal.

A crisis is not a marathon — but it is a call for endurance
A look at the importance of endurance during uncertain times. Thanks for the article, Becky Robinson.

What B2B Marketing Tactics are working right now during COVID-19?
We’ve seen all kinds of tactics for remote marketing now. Here are some that we know are working right now. Thanks, Brandon Redlinger.

How to Upsize Sales Performance While You Downsize Your Tech
Take a good hard look at your tech spending before cutting other essential things. Great insight, George Brontén.

Survey Says… What Your Peers Think About Making Events Digital
A look at what other marketers really think about virtual events. Great read, Cheri Keith.