When it comes to making a website visible, there are a few things to keep in mind.
First of all, make sure that the content is high quality.
Also note that the images on your site have a license. Alternatively, you can also use license-free images, e.g. from pixabay. With the exception of premium images, these are also free of charge and can be used by anyone.
Now that you’ve created your website, it’s about ranking your page on Google. Basically, it’s pretty easy to do as long as you follow a few procedures.
So that you have a picture of how SEO works, I am linking you to a video on YouTube.
Make notes to improve your ranking afterwards.
Source: Neil Patel, YouTube Channel
Shape: Linked video
Now that you have a little picture of how the search engine works and you can start analyzing your traffic. For the analyzes, I recommend the tool from SEM Rush or Ubersuggest from Neil Patel.
You can test both tools for free. After a week, you can opt for a basic package.
It is also advantageous to re-register an expired (i.e. no longer used) domain. Some of these domains, if the domain name is promising, contain many so-called backlinks. These will give you an advantage. This is how Google and other search engines recognize the value of this domain. They generally rank better that way.
However, there are also bad backlinks. Be sure to check what kind of backlinks are before you register the relevant domain.
Also check the entries on archive.org This is a wayback machine that archives and documents the content and history of a domain.