If you’re still trying to figure out how to communicate your findings to developers to be more effective at getting your recommendations implemented? Well, how do development teams actually work? There is typically a product owner that documents features and functionality ask in the form of narratives called user stories. Over the course of the past two years, we’ve been preparing these as part of our SEO Site Audits.
In this episode of Rank and File, I talk about how and why you should consider preparing user stories when you’re preparing your own recommendations in order to see better results both internally and with your clients.
Now, over to you, what have you seen to be effective to get your findings implemented?
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