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To use the writing tool please open Ingenuity on a desktop device

What are you writing about?

Need some help to get started? Read our writing tips.

What kind of article do you want to write?

Case study template

Use this template to write case studies and other long-form articles. Case studies present a challenge one of our customers faced and explains how we solved it. It consists of:

  • High-level summary
  • Background
  • Challenges
  • Findings
  • Reccomendations
  • Implementation

Use this template for: case studies, profile posts, future thinking, 'tools of the trade' or guest posts

List template

Show information in a concise, simple and structured way. Whether you’re writing "Top 10" articles or collecting content from across the web. Introduce your topic and let the readers explore it further themselves. This template consists of:

  • Introduction
  • List section

Use this template for: top 10, A-Z, checklists or similar list-based articles, curated lists of hyperlinks

Interview template

Present a personal conversation in a simple question-answer format. This template consists of:

  • Introduction
  • Questions
  • Answers

Use this template for: expert interviews, how-to guides.

Some writing tips

  • Choose a topic that truly fascinates you. Your enthusiasm will come through in your writing.

  • Write from your own point of view and use your own voice.

  • Challenge the status quo. In order to write about groundbreaking developments, you sometimes have to take a controversial stance.

  • Write in a clear, concise and comprehensible way. Write short sentences, use simple words and build a logical narrative.

  • Encourage discussion. Invite colleagues to contribute and readers to discuss your article.

  • Always check your grammar and make sure that your facts are correct before you hit “publish”.

Process Automation
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With increased focus on customer safety and drinking water purity in the water and wastewater industry, it's important to look at dosing solutions to ensure that you're are optimizing  your chemical dosing in your waste water process. Chemical treatment in water represents a significant cost in the operating budget and to the community that is served.

As such a large percentage of the population in the U.S. uses public water (estimated 208 million), it is essential that local municipalities understand how to monitor and improve their chemical dosing. In developing nations, an estimated 80 percent of illnesses are attributed to poor drinking water.

How do you know if you’re using the best dosing techniques in your water process?

Join me Wednesday, Sept. 12th at 2 p.m. EDT as I review the basics and dig in for a deeper look!

Key features will focus on: 

  • Identifying how to recognize whether you are improperly dosing your water process
  • How you can improve your chemical dosing accuracy
  • Tactics to identify how inefficient dosing could be affecting your company and customers
  • Minimizing costs with strict adherence to government regulations

Register for the webinar here.

Do you know how much improper dosing is costing you

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