Step 1 – Submit your sitemap to Google.
Testing has shown one of the quickest ways to get the mighty Googlebot to visit your site is to submit a sitemap.
Step 2 – Submit your RSS feeds to the various directories
This was more effective a year ago, but there is still a degree of effectiveness here and with using tools such as RSS Submit, the time it takes to submit a feed is less than 5 minutes.
If you don’t have a feed, make one.
There are numerous directories and software applications that will syndicate your content… which means backlinks… which means the search engines will like you.
Step 3 – Submit your sites to online market specific directories
For backlinks.. hire a service if you have to. PR is still important
Step 4 – Write 5 articles and submit them
The power of an article with good content and syndication can go a long way to top search engine rankings as well as direct traffic from those articles.
Submit 1 new article every 3 days for 15 days.
Step 5 – Write and submit a press release
Much like articles, a well written press release will do wonders for your rankings and traffic.
Use the $200 submission option at http://www.prweb.com and use their keyword insertion tags within the body of my press release. This tells the search engines what keywords to rank with.
PRweb.com has detailed instructions on using their keyword insertion tags on their site.
If you follow these 5 steps, your site WILL be noticed very quickly by the search engines.