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Okay, while it's nice to see that fans still want to create fansites, there are a few critiscisms.
First and foremost: check your spelling and grammar. Although I'm not native to the English language I caught more spelling and grammar errors than I have the energy to list. That's your #1 priority. People wont come back to a site that demand serious effort to understand/read.
secondaly (as already mentioned by Allen) proof-read your character bios, there are some mistakes in there. Leela is older than 24, for one.
Get content! I know you're in a starting phase, but without original content people will only stop by one, maybe two times. That's why it's a bad idea to announce sites before they're at least 3/4 complete., and even then it's a bit iffy.
6*9 already touched this, but as a new site you can't rely on fan-submissions to grow, you have to create the content yourself. People send their work to the big sites because they are exactly that: big and have many repeat visitors, in other words they'll reach a wider audience. The thing is the big sites today didn't start out like that. Sites like TLZ, FSAC, TFP and CGEF started out with their own, homwgrown content. They steadily grew in size and traffic, by offering unique content. And that's the way you have to go too. Once people start noticing your site, submissions will come on it's own. I think Xmpel's Farnsworth site is an excellent example of a site that offer unique, homemade (with a little help from PEEL
That said, good luck with your site. I hope you suceed with it.