For example, Google takes 2 to 12 weeks to include your domain name in their database. AltaVista takes 6 months to include your domain name in their search engine. All search engines have their own policy for inclusion. If your website doesn't meet search engine guidelines (usually published on the individual search engine website), they don't include your domain name.
In many cases, domain name is included in search engine, however, it is not available on selected search terms. To verify if your domain name is included in Google try to search the site: yourdomainname.com in google.com (replace yourdomainname.com with your actual domain name). If you find any results there, it means some of your pages are included in the Google database. It is possible that these pages are not available through your selected search terms.
"Selected Search Term" result display depends on many factors like Meta tags, title, keyword, description of your domain name included in that page. Apart from these different sites, linking to your domain name is also an important factor considered by many search engines.
To conclude, if you don't find your domain name included in major search engines after 8 weeks of submission, kindly request for resubmission of your domain name to all major search engines. If you are still not satisfied with the results, you can request to hire professional search engine expert at AccuWebHosting.Com to make sure that your domain name is included in all major search engines.
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