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Core Communications Corporation

Founded Year

1999

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$6M

Valuation

$0000 

About Core Communications Corporation

Core Communications Corporation was a Mobile & Telecommunications/Telecom Services/Data & Broadband company based in Dulles, Virginia. Core Communications Corporation was acquired in 2006.

Headquarters Location

105 Executive Drive Suite 105

Dulles, Virginia, 20166,

United States

703-709-1322

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Latest Core Communications Corporation News

The Rise of LinkedIn as a Core Communications Platform

Aug 20, 2020

When LinkedIn added a feed a few years back, it looked like a copycat of Facebook. And perhaps it was, just one full of a ton of B2B product commercials (at least for me). Fast forward to today, though and LinkedIn is about to pass Twitter as our #1 source of referrals from social to SaaStr.com. It’s just at the edge of doing so right now: This despite the fact that LinkedIn in many ways is a partial “walled garden”. LinkedIn partially (though not fully) discourages linking to third party websites by giving more of an algorithmic push to content that doesn’t contain links, etc. What about quality? It’s a bit hard to tell right now, but we’ll track it more going forward. Certain, far more SaaS unicorn and decacorn CEOs are active on Twitter, and they engage with us on Twitter. Founders and CEOs are much more active there vs. LinkedIn for now. But LinkedIn is now bigger than Twitter for us in terms of engagement. Maybe you should invest a tiny bit more there, too. A few quick learnings: It’s fine to link to blog posts, etc. Yes, these don’t get the same engagement as a “native” text post. But they still perform fine. I don’t see a huge need to do “the link is the comments”. Net net it seems you are better off just posting the URL you want folks to go to. You have to reinforce your brand more on LinkedIn. Comments and similar engagement can seem high, but many of the Likes and Comments will be one-offs from folks that don’t really know who you are. It’s (obviously) OK to be more commercial on LinkedIn. This is maybe its #1 benefit. Overhype your webinar or product feature on Twitter, and folks will unfollow you. But folks seem to be totally fine with promoting your own product on LinkedIn. It’s a B2B network, after all. Things keep evolving. Including your sources of trafffic. I know a lot of folks like to think of social as a potential source of leads, and it certainly is and can be. But it’s also a key source of awareness. Use it for that, and your strategy may evolve. Be where the most folks that matter see positive things about your brand. That moves the needle. Even if it doesn’t generate, on its own, a million dollar deal. Published on August 20, 2020

Core Communications Corporation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Core Communications Corporation founded?

    Core Communications Corporation was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Core Communications Corporation's headquarters?

    Core Communications Corporation's headquarters is located at 105 Executive Drive, Dulles.

  • What is Core Communications Corporation's latest funding round?

    Core Communications Corporation's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Core Communications Corporation raise?

    Core Communications Corporation raised a total of $6M.

  • Who are the investors of Core Communications Corporation?

    Investors of Core Communications Corporation include Swisscom, MDT Advisors, Virginia Capital, AMP Capital Investors, Core Capital Partners and 4 more.

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