Power Tools

A power tool is a tool that is actuated by an additional power source and mechanism other than the solely manual labour used with hand tools. The most common types of power tools use electric motors. Internal combustion engines and compressed air are also commonly used. Other power sources include steam engines, direct burning of fuels and propellants, or even natural power sources like wind or moving water. Tools directly driven by animal power are not generally considered power tools.
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  • Pinterest Power Tips to Turn Your Content Pro

    … it comes to Pinterest – visual. Primarily, Pinterest relies on visuals to attract users to click on certain pins and boards. And so, when creating great content for the site, you need to think in these terms, so below is an essential list of power tools and tips to help you do this. Pinterest Image Tools 1. PicMonkey PicMonkey is a fantastic tool…

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  • Agencies that prototype are agencies that win

    … responsibility to do so.” So we encourage agencies (and brand teams) to get started. All roles, all departments should incorporate prototyping into everyday practice. Put the jumbo crayon pack and a glue gun back on your shopping list. Sketch your first mobile interface, charge up the power tools or create a 3D design of that next big idea. Have an idea? Make it. The post Agencies that prototype are agencies that win appeared first on Digiday. …

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  • Positive fem-vertising makes women more likely to buy

    … too has the subject matter reflected in ads.” 91% of the women in the SheKnows survey said how women are portrayed in advertising has a direct impact on girls’ self-esteem. An even larger percentage said that portraying women as sex symbols in advertisements is harmful. (Look out Carl’s Jr.) The reward for delivering a positive, female-oriented…

    Cynthia Boris/ Marketing Pilgrimin Social- 6 readers -
  • Pricing Tips: How to Compete on Price (Without Going Bust!)

    … made by such major competitors as Best Buy Co. Inc., Target Corp., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Toys ‘R’ Us Inc. “No one can keep up with Amazon,” says Jenn Markey, 360pi’s vice president of marketing. She says Amazon might change a product’s price up to 10 times a day—more often on price-sensitive products, such as power tools, and less often…

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