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.

3 Ways Your Sales Reps Can Fill Their Pipeline with Video
A look at some different ways your sales reps can use video and when to use them. Thanks for your insight, Kurt Shaver.

Turn Check in Conversations Into Purpose Conversations
How to prevent your sales team from selling too soon to turn your check in calls into something with purpose. Great read, Lisa Leitch.

Eight Ways Your Content Marketing Might Be Sabotaging Your SEO
No matter how much great content you release, no one will see it without the right SEO tactics. Thanks for your thoughts, Kelsey Raymond.

How to Humanize B2B Marketing to Build a Better Relationship with Customers
Three steps to get you on your way to humanized marketing. Thanks for the advice, Jon Miller.

The Top 3 Reasons Consumers Read Blogs in 2020 [New Research]
A look at why prioritizing your blog is so important for your marketing strategy. Great article, Pamela Bump.

5 MarTech Tools that Saved my Demand Gen Strategy During the Pandemic
Some helpful tools that have been especially helpful during the current situation. Thanks, Jeff Marcoux.

8 Email Marketing Improvements to Make During Slow Periods
How to make the best of slow periods for your email marketing campaigns. Thanks for the tips, Chad S. White.

Meetings are not wasting your time — a lack of follow-through is
The anti-meeting mindset doesn’t have to be how you look at your meetings. Thanks for your thoughts, Christine Alemany.

Six Common Mistakes Salespeople Make When Using Videoconference Technology
With more and more reliance on videoconferencing, make sure you’re not making any of these common mistakes. Great advice, Mike Montague.

B2B Marketing After COVID-19: What Changes and What Doesn’t?
A look at some after-COVID predictions for B2B marketing. Thanks, Mark Emond.