Sometimes it can take a week or more for a search engine to update search results.
This is because your website is new and doesn’t have any inbound links.
First, create an account on Google webmaster tools.
When you register and point Google to your sitemap.xml URL you can request them to re-crawl your URLs.
How do I get my website to show up on Google search?
To find out if it is, type site:yourdomain.com into the Google search box, replacing yourdomain.com with your actual domain name. If you see a listing of your website’s pages, then Google has already indexed your site and will continue to visit it occasionally to check for updates.
How long does it take for a website to show up on Google?
Depending on how well you follow the aforementioned pointers, Google can discover your website within the first four weeks of launch. Do a bang-up job, however, and your website can show up on Google in as little as four days. Having trouble getting your site to rank well? Check Google’s Webmaster tools first.
Why is my page not indexed by Google?
Google doesn’t crawl all the pages on the web, and we don’t index all the pages we crawl. It’s perfectly normal for not all the pages on a site to be indexed. Read more about how to tell us about your site. If your site used to be indexed, but no longer is, you can read more about possible reasons for this.