Remove content from my own website from Google

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How to remove content from my own site from Google search results

I have 100's of deleted pages and still Google shows them in search results. How can i remove it from showing

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Answered By 0 points N/A #144209

Remove content from my own website from Google

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Dear User,

If you remove a page from your site, It is automatically drop out of google 's search result .

So you can use the URL Removal Tool to remove urgently your site from Google's search engine.

Thanks .

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Answered By 0 points N/A #144210

Remove content from my own website from Google

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I think Google shows you the cache copy of your site. You need to remove it from Google.

To do this follow the below

Step 1:

Go to the following URL

Step 2:

Then click on create a new removal request.

Step 3:

Type your post URL.

Step 4:

Click on continue.

Step 5:

Click Remove cache.

Answered By 0 points N/A #144211

Remove content from my own website from Google

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You cannot do it by yourself. It will automatically get removed out of Google Index as soon as Google Bot crawl your website for new content. How often Google crawls your website depends on how often you were updating the content. Usually, Google crawler takes one or two days to seek for new content. However, if it has been more than 2 or 3 days, you may apply for website review via Webmaster Tools.

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Remove content from my own website from Google

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Dear,

The sites in Google's search result are controlled by those sites Webmasters, not y the Google . Google's index reflects the content on the web. Removing a page from Google search results doesn't remove it from the web, and people will still be able to see that page by going to it directly or via another search engine.

Sometimes the changes have been made and the updated pages have been crawled  by Googlebot, we will update our index to reflect those changes. There may be a short period when out-of-date content is sill visible in Google. For this you have to follow the given below steps :

1. Go to the Google public URL removal tool.

2. Click New removal request.

3.Type the URL of the webpage that's been changed ( not the Google search results URL or cached page URL). The URL is case-sensitive use exactly the same characters and capitalization that the site uses.

4. Click Continue.

5. Type a word that appears on the out-of-date cached version of the page, but not anywhere on the live version. This is to help Google understand that the page has been changed.

6. Click Remove cache.

Thank you

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