With the NS e-commerce pro package this is not really necessary. The major search engines will find you. If you build your site correctly, have concise meta tags for each page, validate your pages and links, you should start showing up in 4-6weeks.
This is true if there are links out there to your site but it is good SEO practice to submit. Especially in your case where your not being found.
Your site uses the same catch-all group of keywords for every page. This will not help at all! If you have a page that shows "purple parts" than the keywords should pertain only to "purple parts". Keep it simple, but make the keywords match what is on the page. That includes headers, titles, content, alt text, anchors and page names!
When your selling products always optimize each product page.
The NS platform does not make this easy for the beginner, however there is a lot of free information out there to help. You will also see a lot of entries within this forum regarding this issue.
Site Maps are very important and you can direct and inform google of new pages at the click of a button and increase crawl rates.
Also find a good analyzer to run on your pages they can be very helpful especially when you’re beginning or not sure of what you are doing. Many good ones out there.. You can be penalized for doing things incorrectly so follow rules..
I ran an analyzer on http://www.newexamtable.com/
and found the following errors:
Status: Warning! This Tag contains too many characters for what we would consider a "robot friendly" Web page. Consider using our free META Tag Builder to correct this. The maximum number of characters we recommend for this Tag is 60.
Keyword Warning! THIS TAG MAY BE DISQUALIFIED!
REASON: We found the following keywords were repeated more than 5 times in the META Keywords Tag: The word lamps was repeated 8 times
Notice! The following unexpected content was found in the robots.txt file located at http://www.newexamtable.com
which does not comply with the current "Robots Exclusion Standard". If directed to a specific User-Agent (robot) that accepts the following then you can ignore this message. Otherwise it is suggested this be removed. Please verify the robots.txt file before submitting to search engines: http://www.newexamtable.com/sitemap.aspx
OFTEN YOU WILL FIND MANY DIFFERENT VIEWS OF WHAT IS IMPORTANT AND WHAT IS NOT IN SEO. YOUR BEST BET IS READ THROUGH GOOGLE AND YAHOO TO FIND WHAT THEY (RECOMMEND) AND USE A GOOD ANALYZER TO CHECK..
OFTEN IN ONE VIEW VERSUS ANOTHER THERE IS NOT A WRONG ONE IT'S JUST THAT SOME WORK BETTER THAN OTHERS. TRIAL AND ERROR