page title icon Crushing the Market: Go-to-Market Strategies for B2B Digital Marketers

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Crushing the Market: Go-to-Market Strategies for B2B Digital Marketers

From Features and Benefits to Collaborative Listening


In today’s episode of B2B Digital Marketer, we welcome Simon Severino to delve into the essentials of a robust go-to-market strategy. Simon Severino underscores the importance of focusing on elements we can control, especially in an ever-changing business landscape. He sheds light on the vital role that daily habits and effective time management play in steering a business toward success. 

Beyond just crunching numbers, Simon Severino also touches on the emotional aspects that drive business growth. He introduces the idea of bottleneck analysis and stresses the need for structured frameworks to execute plans effectively. 

As we navigate through volatile markets, Simon Severino offers actionable advice on how organizations can adapt to stand out and seize more market share. Tune in to gain invaluable insights on planning for the unpredictable, the emotional dynamics in business, and strategies for making a significant impact in B2B digital marketing.

What You’ll Learn in This Podcast: 

  1. The importance of analyzing email statistics for optimizing conversion rates.
  2. How to identify winning email campaigns through statistical analysis.
  3. Strategies for improving conversion rates by experimenting with landing page buttons.
  4. The significance of focusing on one bottleneck to avoid burnout and enhance productivity.
  5. The power of implementing a daily, weekly, and monthly habit system for effective time management.

Table of contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Timestamps to Key Moments
  3. Key Tips and Takeaways
  4. Pros and Cons
  5. Memorable Quotes
  6. Frequently Asked Questions
  7. Conclusion
  8. Episode Links and Resources

Timestamps to Key Moments

  1. 01:44 – Introduction
  2. 02:20 – Simon Severino’s Background
  3. 05:03 – The Importance of Go-To-Market Strategy: Staying Ahead in the Electric Car Market  
  4. 06:19 – The Importance of Emotion and Execution in Business Growth  
  5. 07:26 – Logistics: Identifying Bottlenecks and Eliminating Waste  
  6. 12:53 – Lack of Clarity and Definition Resulting in Burnout  
  7. 14:20 – Improving Conversion Rate: Experimenting with Landing Page Buttons  
  8. 16:09 – Improving Sales Strategy by Identifying Target Audience and Shifting Focus from Features to Value  
  9. 19:05 – Shifting Focus to Customer Centricity: Uniting Teams to Achieve Success  
  10. 21:56 – Scaling Your Business: Keeping It Simple And Going Global  
  11. 24:41 – Transitioning From Founder to CEO: The Importance of Delegating Responsibilities  
  12. 29:14 – Streamlining The Hiring Process and Optimizing Time Allocation For Business Success  
  13. 32:50 – Analyzing Email Statistics and Optimizing Conversion Rates  
  14. 36:13 – The Power of Slowing Down: Level Two Thinking and Strategy Sprint Evolution  
  15. 40:02 – Focus on the 5%: Planning For The Unpredictable And Controlling Daily Habits
  16. 43:22 – Connect with Simon Severino

Key Tips and Takeaways

  • Focus on one bottleneck at a time to avoid burnout and increase productivity.
  • Implement a daily, weekly, and monthly habit system to effectively manage time and tasks.
  • Continuously refine and optimize your marketing strategies based on data-driven insights.
  • Regularly analyze email statistics to identify successful campaigns and optimize conversion rates.
  • Experiment with landing page buttons to improve conversion rates and enhance user experience.

Pros and Cons


  • Understand the importance of focusing on one bottleneck for enhanced productivity.
  • Discover effective time management techniques through habit systems.
  • Gain valuable insights into analyzing email statistics and optimizing conversion rates.
  • Learn practical strategies to improve landing page conversion rates.


  • The episode may require prior knowledge of email marketing and digital marketing concepts.
  • Limited discussion on other aspects of B2B digital marketing beyond email campaigns.

Memorable Quotes

“Execution is where everything falls short. Without structure and frameworks, 99% of execution activities fail.”

“Beginners talk strategy, but the pros talk logistics. When the rubber hits the road, that’s when you execute on your strategy plan.”

“Focus each week on just solving one bottleneck. When that is solved, then you start the next project and solve the next bottleneck.”

“Let’s accept that 95% is not in our control. What is in our control is the daily habit, weekly habit, monthly habit.”

“Life is unpredictable, but by focusing on the 5% that is in our control, we can navigate through the chaos and achieve success.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can analyzing email statistics improve conversion rates? 
A: Analyzing email statistics allows marketers to identify successful campaigns, understand customer behavior, and make data-driven optimizations to improve conversion rates. 

Q: What is the significance of focusing on one bottleneck in marketing? 
A: Focusing on one bottleneck at a time helps enhance productivity, avoid burnout, and allows marketers to solve specific challenges more effectively. 

Q: How can habit systems improve time management in digital marketing? 
A: Implementing daily, weekly, and monthly habit systems helps marketers prioritize tasks, allocate time efficiently, and maintain a structured approach to managing their workload.


As we conclude this episode, we hope you’ve gained valuable insights into go-to-market strategies. Remember to regularly analyze your email campaigns, experiment with landing page buttons, and focus on one bottleneck at a time to enhance productivity. Implementing habit systems will help you effectively manage your time and tasks. Now, it’s time to put these strategies into action and witness the positive impact on your B2B digital marketing efforts. Happy optimizing!

Episode Links and Resources

Simon’s website:

Simon’s LinkedIn:

Strategy Sprints book:

Digital activity ROI assessment: 

More episodes related to go-to-market strategy: 


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