1 – Create a sitemap of your site (XML sitemap) and send it to Google using Google Webmasters Tools (you need a Gmail account for this).
2 – Add your site in Google Analytics.
3 – Browse to your main page using the Google Toolbar.
4 – Send your website address to a friend using Gmail.
5 – Mention your site URL (including http://) in forums highly rated by Google (do not try to spam).
6 – Search for your own site in search engines, especially Google, MSN, Yahoo and Alexa.
7 – Download and use the toolbars from compete.com, quantcast.com and alexa.com.
8 – Create a profile of your site on aboutus.org, use your link in the website profile.
9 – Create a Wikipedia entry for your site.
10 – Add your site on Technorati, IceRocket, Blogpulse.
11 – Submit links from your site (internal pages) to main directories like Yahoo Directory and Best of the Web Directory.
12 – Try to get links from bloggers who routinely write about competitive sites.
13 – Create press releases about your site with the help of by PRNewswire and PRWeb.
14 – Send links to your main page to as many social-networking sites (http://www.ebizmba.com/articles/social-bookmarking).
15 – Buy some Google ads (Google AdWords) for your pages (this will force Google to access your pages in order to assess the quality).
16 – If your site contains information common to other similar sites, try to personalize them to make them unique.
17 – And last but not least, send your domain address to the main search engines: