Fetch as google is not working properly for my site

Apr 22, 2016 10:18PM PDT

I write an unique article for example : about an unrelished smartphone and after publishing it I go to webmaster tools and go to fetch as google from crawl option... Everything happens properly from the webmaster. But the problem is that I can't find my post in google ssearch though I have done fetch as google.. These problem is happening for many posts I have recently written..
I checked my posts serps from many tools so that I can know my page rank but the result shows can't found...
So I need help about why google is not showing my post after doing fetch as Google...
Plz help me if you are familiar with the problem..

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I'd post this on a Google Product Forum.
Apr 24, 2016 8:40AM PDT
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Try searching for your post
May 5, 2016 8:42AM PDT

by title and site name. For example, if I wrote a post titled "How to build a web application" and my domain/site is, then try searching for:

"How to build a web application"

This should show you your post in Google. If it doesn't appear at all, then perhaps it hasn't been indexed yet or search engines have been discouraged from indexing your website.

I believe fetching as Google only acts as a preview of what it would look like, but doesn't actually index the content.

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