Microsoft reveals that LinkedIn users show high engagement in the recent years. High engagement of course means more revenue. Linked has earned 33% increased revenue as compared to the past years. According to the sessional reports, there are 575 million registered members on LinkedIn. The thing is that, even though 575 million is such a huge amount, but the question arises that are they all active on LinkedIn or not? Are they showing engagement or not? It is very easy to create accounts on social applications.

But LinkedIn is not a social application that is used for conversing or for communicating. It is rather professional website that is used for businesses, for networking, for recruiting, for linking up with other businesses. Since, half of the population on the social media applications comprises of youth. Their focus is on the platforms where they can have fun, make friends. And LinkedIn is the total opposite.

You cannot make friends but you can line up with other businesses using LinkedIn. Hence, the majority of youth is not active on LinkedIn. They might have made accounts on this website but they show no engagement.

According to a previously conducted research, LinkedIn had 500 million users that signed up but out of those 500 million, the monthly active users counted to about half of it i.e. 250 million users. Another research revealed the percentage of the active usage rate of LinkedIn, and that was only 25 percent.

But now according to Microsoft, today the engagement of the real Instagram followers have reached to some high levels increasing 34 percent of the active users. People might have become aware of the fact that this platform is very important for their businesses to grow larger globally and economically. All over the world, people are using LinkedIn to grow their businesses, and for the marketing purposes. LinkedIn is also a great source of marketing. It helps you to market your products, services, and brands and make them visible to larger audiences allowing you to grow in your business.

LinkedIn is experiencing an increase in the engagement. According to them, a lot more people are using LinkedIn. People are giving feedbacks, likes, comments, and shares. This shows their level of engagement. LinkedIn users are telling other people the worth of this platform. Because of the promising results in the context of business growth, increased number of audiences, and better marketing of the products and brands, LinkedIn is seeing an increase not only in the number of the monthly and the daily active users but also in their engagement. Because of it, LinkedIn has been able to generate much more revenue. LinkedIn is seeing that only the top users are showing high levels of engagement, but it is working on its policies to make it a better place for businesses to come together and work on a collective task together. LinkedIn is positive in this regard and is expecting more engagement from its users.

Framing a house is one of the most daunting task or project you will ever undergo as a DIY or hobbyist. But it can also be very exciting and fruitful, especially if you have the knowledge of how to frame a building and if you have the right tools you need to start framing.

In this article, I will be talking about the latter part, which is the right tools you need to frame your house. If you are to frame a house or building, then you definitely need the right tools to make the project efficient as much as possible.

So here are some of the basic framing tools you’ll need to get started.


Getting a hammer is not an option, it is a must. The hammer is one of the most versatile tool among all other tools you need to get started with your framing project. With a good claw hammer, you can sink nails into wood and you also remove any unwanted nails as well. So, be sure to get a quality wood or fibre glass shanked hammer in your toolbox as you prepare for the framing.


One of the most useful tools without which you cannot start your framing project is the square. You’re going to need two types, viz carpenter’s square and speed square. Both of these squares are very useful. With your squares, you can get the perfect right angles every time. So, go out and invest in good squares, and get those angles right every time.

Framing Nail Gun

A hammer will get things done, help you sink the nails and all other stuff. But if you really want to get things done quickly and efficiently, then you need a framing nailer among your tools.

Hence, be sure to have a framing nail gun at your disposal when starting your framing. It will make your work quicker, efficient and less stressful.


If you don’t want to end up with a messed up and skewed framing at the end of your building project, then having one or more levels at hand is a must. Preferably, you should have more than one available. There are different types of levels and there are different sizes as well. Since you’re trying to frame your house, then a four foot bubble level will definitely meet your needs.

Cat’s Paw

Having a cat’s paw around is very necessary. You’re going to be sinking a lot of nails, and sometimes, you might end up sinking them in the wrong places. With a cat’s paw, you can pry them out easily. Try to get one that has a nail digger at the ends, and your job will be made much easier.

Circular Saw

One thing you will be doing a lot is making a lot of cross cuts. If I should recommend a saw, I would recommend that you get a circular saw. This is because it is user friendly and easy to use. You don’t need to be an expert woodworker before you can use a circular saw. Just make sure to read the safety guidelines from the manufacture and you’ll be good to go.

With this in mind, I’m sure you’ll be almost ready to commence the framing of the house you have in mind. Make sure you get all the right tools you need, and you’ll be ready to rock.