You got this far, that's great! Believe me, a BIG chunk of the work is done!
So, as a re-cap: You decided to emmigrate to Canada through the Federal Skilled Worker Program. And for that you learned that you need to go through the Express Entry Process. You did the eligibility test and confirmed that you are indeed eligible. You then gathered all required documents (passport, ECA, IELTS), found out your NOC, and now you are ready to create a profile and submit it.
Once again, a big part of the whole thing is done! Take a moment to celebrate, have a beer, a hug, a high-five, or at least a deep breath! You deserve it.
So now is where you actually tell IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) "Hey, I want to move there, and I have everything that is required". And you do so by creating a profile.
Before we go there, just to double-check, please confirm that you have all the documents/information below ready:
If you do have all the required items (listed above), you can go ahead and create an Express Entry Profile (instructions below).
So, around every 15 days, IRCC do rounds of invitations (draws), where they invite people with highest scores to apply.
Now you just follow-up on the draws, and wait to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA).
If you feel like your score is too far away from the previous draws, you can try to improve it. One common option, for an example, is to redo the language exam (like IELTS), aiming for a bigger score.