Removing Information From Google SearchHere's how to request Google to remove a page in search results. You can request Google to remove a link to any of your pages which you don't want to come up in Google search engine result pages. You might be wondering why you should do this, but when Google indexes pages on your site that have broken links or are returning 404 error, it can affect your blog's/site's reputation and rank in search engine results. Even if you've manually deleted the pages on your blog, they are still indexed in search engines for some weeks after you’ve altered them. Other reasons why one might do this is if there are pages on the site that they don't want accessible to the public on web or if the URL of the webpage has changed making it an outdated page in SERPs. Deleting things off Google search can be done easily by using the URL removal tool provided in Google Webmaster tools
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How To Remove URL From Google Index
To make a Google URL removal request, follow the steps below
- Goto Google Webmaster Tools,
- If you have more than one site, select the one which is associated with the page you want to remove.
- Click on Google Index
- Select 'Create a new removal request'
- In the space provided, enter the URL you'll like to remove from Google Index
- Click on 'Continue'.
On the new page, you're given three options which are 'Remove page from search results and cache', 'Remove page from cache', 'Remove page from directory'
- Select the option 'Remove page from search results and cache'
- Finally, click on the submit button 'Submit Request'.
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After submitting, you'll see that the URL/page is pending removal from search results. Within a period of time, the page you entered will be completely removed from Google index. To cancel the process, select 'cancel'.