I am assuming that because you said your site is "beta" that it is a new site. You have several things working against you for a period. Without knowing your domain name, I cannot fully asses your site, however, here is a short list.
- New site. Site age is a significant trust factor.
- New registration. Registrant contacts, addresses, phone numbers, and
e-mail addresses signal trust. If new, then no trust is given.
- Stability Ranking. If your site is new, stability ranking is 0. You
have no stability history to establish trust.
- Inbound (back) links. Significant ranking factor.
- Content. If your site is new, your content has not soaked into the
index/SERPs and will take at least 6 months to a year.
- Content freshness. If your site is new, your pages will have longer
TTL sytle metrics which effect page fetches. It takes a while for
these metrics to move to shorter times. It could be as long as 6
- Social signals. It will take time to garner an audience. Social
signals are not likely strong enough to indicate content popularity
Here are some other factors to consider.
- Registrar trust. If you have not chosen a high quality registrar, you
are negatively effecting your trust score.
- Host trust. If you have not chosen a high quality host, you are
negatively effecting your trust score.
- Private registration. If you use private registration and that
service company is known for not properly vetting registration
information you are negatively effecting your trust score.
- Registrant trust. If your site is registered with registration
contacts, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses that are
known for low quality sites you are negatively effecting your trust score.
- Shared hosting. If your site is on a server or using an IP address
that is known for sites that are blacklisted or known for bad
behaviors you are negatively effecting your trust score.
- TLD qualtiy. If your site is using a ccTLD or other TLD that is known
for poor quality sites you are negatively effecting your trust score.
- Content life span. If your content changes often and content pages
life-span is short, meaning that pages are created and live for a
short period and then deleted, then your content cannot establish trust.
These are just a few things that could be effecting how search engines view your site. The principle SEO factors are site and page trust, content life span, content freshness, inbound links (back links), and social signals. If you have done these things well, it will simply take time for any site to begin to rank and enjoy rapid fetches and index refreshes. I had a site that would have a new page indexed and receiving search traffic inside of 20 minutes. It is very possible, but it will take some time for this to happen. It can take 6 months if all signals are strong for any site to begin to perform as it should. Sometimes longer if some of the signal as weak or mediocre.
Of course, plain ole fahsion SEO must be applied. This helps search engines to trust your content and site. "Tricks" are seen as manipulation. The bottom line is you cannot hurry search engines up. If you try, you will get burned and recovery can take a very long time. Patience and good solid work and high quality content is the best advice that anyone can give any new site. The best trick is creating a high quality site that people want to link to, visit often, and engage in using social media. Short of that, any site has an up-hill climb.