1. Your site is still a trial
Our trial websites aren't indexed by search engines.
2. Your site is too new
If you recently created your site, the search engines haven't indexed your site yet. Sometimes it can take a week or more for a search engine to find your website. Sites appear in search results after search engines have had time to crawl the site. This process is called indexing. We don't have a say in how quickly the indexing happens.
Once your website is crawled, it usually takes another 2 weeks to be pushed out to the index pages of a search engine.
You can check if your site has been indexed by searching for its exact URL or domain name with no other words (ex: www.yourdomain.com or yourdomain.obior.cc).
Most likely, when your site doesn’t appear in a search for your domain name, it's because your site hasn’t been indexed yet.
3. Your site has "no index" tags
Normally all published Obior websites are indexed. But with custom code you can tell search engines not to index your site or specific pages. If you or someone who designed your site added this specific code, it would explain why it’s not appearing in search results.
4. You don't have enough useful content
Many people like to keep their site minimal. They like big, beautiful pictures on their home pages and think text is just “unnecessary clutter.”
Unfortunately, search engines are blind. They can’t see what's on your pictures or videos. So for good search engine results you need to feed them with as many useful text as possible. Make sure your text includes some keyword-rich copy. In other words: use the words in your text that your prospects will be searching for.