When your website is completely ready, you need to promote it to the right places to increase your exposure and your position in search engines.
You will find here links to submit your website to catalogs, directories and search engines. If your website is a blog, please go to submit a blog.
Don't hesitate to register and invest some time to add your website on Chunchbase.
You can submit a website on ProductHunt, but be prepared to invest time on the platform before being able to get some exposure.
Just enter your website URL and your email to submit, no registration.
You can submit a website to Jayde and categorize it. You can also join your business information.
Create an account to submit your website.
Old school directory, oriented business. The submission process is painful.
You can list your website, very similar to BusinessSeek
You can submit your website to be listed in a category.
Even if you can expect search engines to find your website at one point, you can accelerate that by submitting your website to the following places:
Submit your website to Google. With the search console, you have access to multiple tools and metrics to help you understand how your website perform from a search engine standpoint.
Submit your website to Yahoo.
Submit your website with Bing. Resources are also provided to help you fine tune things to get better exposure. Bring can be a good traffic generator if you invest some time.
If you invest enough time on social networks, you will definitively see traffic from them.
As it takes time to get followers or friends, you should start as soon as possible!
Tweet your website with a picture and a description to submit it. You can use hashtag but you will need targeted followers to get some visits. Ads are very expensive.
Post a link to your website, with a picture, on facebook. Facebook is a good traffic generator - again, if you have friends.
Google+ seems to bring some traffic even if you have no or little followers. Google+ can expose your website in the search results before your website is actually indexed by Google.
StumbleUpon sounds as the perfect tool for your website to be seen - in fact it sounds as we need to be lucky to get visits.
You don't need followers to get traffic from Reddit - but your website really need to be unique and valuable at first look. Probably some luck is required as well.
Pinterest is well ranked for images. Post your website with a nice, unique image. The image is more important than the description you can join.
Medium will not work for everyone, but if you can write something valuable around your website, Medium has the potential to put you on the map.
If you have a Linked-In account, don't hesitate to publish a post about your website. You need connections to capture some traffic - or paid ads.
Instagram is also efficient if you have followers. The image with your post will be important.
It takes from a week to 3 months before you get full benefit of the submissions.
Once your website is submitted, it is a good idea to write and submit a press release.
Once your website is and your press-release are submitted, you can focus on the links to individual web pages.