Hi Tomis, your best bet is to make sure your page titles and the actual file names themselves have some unique words in them - unique to you anyway! Include your name, location, profession and expertise. Basically, use the words you want people to find you with - such as searching for 'Utah wedding photographer'.
It's hard for us because we do digital camera reviews and so do loads of other sites, but for an individual, it's much easier.
So your front page title should not say 'home' or 'index'. It should say 'Tomis xxx photography - wedding, portrait, landscape photography in xx Utah'
Use as many key words like these as possible in your page titles.
Then also use them in the file name thmselves. That's why you see
'Canon_EOS_5D_Mark_II_review.htm' rather than 'page1.htm'
Obviously your home page will still be index.htm, but your contact page should be 'contact_tomis_xx_utah_wedding_photographer.htm'. Likewise, use good names for your portfolio.
You should also insert your keywords into the keywords section in the page, but I've found the page title and the actual file name have the biggest influence.
After that it's simpoly a case of waiting. It can take weeks to be indexed when you're new. If you have unique titles and names, then you'll have a high ranking automatically becuase you're the only one with those key words. But if your key words are the same as lots of other sites (like ours), then you have to rely on lots of visitors and external links before you have a high ranking. That's why unique wording is essential.