If you have a website or manage one, you surely are aware of how important is SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for its success. But what you probably don't know is that traditional SEO techniques are not enough anymore.

Search engines, with the help of AI Machines and some signals, can now measure if a user will have a good experience while visiting your site. This has changed how SEO works.

Not long ago, it was enough to have the information the user needed and have a few links pointing to your site to be able to rank in the first positions. That is not enough anymore, now Google and most major search engines can measure how well and fast the information is presented to the end user.

It's time for a new approach that significantly considers the user journey through your site, I call this approach UX-SEO.

What is UX-SEO?

The User Experience increasingly plays a more prominent role in search rankings. But do not get me wrong, there are still some aspects of raw SEO, such as keywords and backlinks, that are and will continue to be important.

UX-SEO merges the newest and some of the old but still useful SEO techniques required to drive traffic to your site, with a particular focus on the User Experience needed to engage your visitors.

A good UX excels on:

  • Mobile friendliness,
  • Navigation,
  • Appearance,
  • Performance.


Brings: Visitors | Readers | Customers Engages | Converts | Loyal Visitors | Helps Social Media

How important is UX-SEO for Social Media?

As you may have noticed, we are no longer limited to Google or other traditional search engines like Bing or Yahoo, to find information. Now platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and even Amazon are also important sources of traffic to your site.

Most of the SEO rules don't apply for these, whereas the user experience (UX) plays a huge role.


For example, if someone shares an image on Facebook or tweets about an article, it isn't directly because you used the right keywords or because your site had tons of backlinks, it is because the picture was useful, or cute, or funny, and that solely depends on the experience of the user on your site.

How UX-SEO helped Carloseo.com?

The combination of my passion for UX and design, and the knowledge of SEO techniques that truly work had been a success for all my sites, especially in carloseo.com.

My readers not only found valuable information that I was sharing (SEO) but also how I was sharing it (UX). In less than 6 months from the moment I launched my website, I was able to go from approximately 200 visits a month to over 25,000!

It grew so fast that I was able to leave my office job and completely dedicate to my website and my clients by the end of the first year.

How UX-SEO helped carloseo.com


UX-SEO review for your website

After the success of Carloseo.com, I started helping other websites, at the beginning close family and friends, and eventually, I launched my UX'SEO service to the public.

How to can I help apply UX-SEO to your site?

You can either:

  • Coaching: Learn to do it yourself. I'll audit your site and guide you through the things you need to fix/optimize.
  • Consulting: Have a team of experts audit and make all the necessary fixes/improvements for you.

There are no one-size-fits-all solutions. Each website is different and therefore each requires a tailor-made strategy to fit your needs.

To give the best service possible, I only work on a few sites at a time. At the moment all spots are filled! But please enter your name and email address below. And I'll contact you when a slot opens up.