First things first, find all the search engines you want your site to appear on and register with them. To maximise exposure, include the local and niche search engines as well as the world wide ones such as Google.

Adding your website to search engines

There are more search engines than just Google to add your website to in order to be found, here are some examples:

Website Keywords

Choose your SEO keywords carefully. You are better off choosing a few main keywords and having as many variations of those as possible. E.g. Disabled dating, dating for disabled people, disabled-dating, disabled dates, find love for disabled people etc. You may also want to consider common typographical errors or spelling mistakes such as ‘diabled dates’. Ask the people around you what they would type into a search engine to search for your site.Keyword tools such as can give you more suggestions for keywords.
A lot of these tools are free and available online. Find out what keywords your competition uses. Look for the keyword tags in the source code to find these keywords. To view a website’s keywords, while viewing the website in your browser click “Source” in your “View” menu.
If that option is not available, then right click in a blank area of the website and click “View Source” from the menu that pops up. You can add the key words into the meta-tag section. To get there: Sites → Edit sites → Meta tags.

PPC Campaigns

If you have a marketing budget, try using a pay-per-click program. You only need to allocate a small amount of your budget towards this. It will allow you to see how many impressions you are receiving from each keyword or phrase.After a few months, it should be obvious which search terms are the best for your website. Use this information to adjust your SEO keyword strategy to ensure people will be able to find your website through search engines.
Click on the link below, or copy it into your web browser to get the full details on working with search engines.
You can also submit XML site maps. You can choose one of two settings: Dynamic or static. The dynamic setting means that if you create additional pages for your site, they will automatically be submitted to the search engines for crawling. The static setting means you have to submit them manually.