Easier Content Removal From Google's Search Results

Jun 13, 2013 • 8:19 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

One of the most common complaints I see in the Google forums is how does one remove content from Google's search results. Well, there has always been a way to do that, but I guess it was either hard to find (go figure) or too complicated to use?

Google's Jessica Schwartz (no relation) has announced on Google+ a new way of removing content from the search results with the new and improved content removal troubleshooter. It is basically a wizard like walk through on how to remove content from Google's index.

Google Content Removal Troubleshooter

Jessica wrote:

Wanting to remove information from Google is one of the top issues we hear from folks in our product forums. Thanks to our new removals troubleshooter, it's easier to know the right next steps to take when you want information removed. Check it out here: http://goo.gl/B6uRW

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Comments:

AlsaRef | Agence web

06/14/2013 06:32 am

Thanks for the post Barry ! Is it going to be an "from-index content removal then" ? We don't really know if pages are deleted from Google's index with the url removal tool (GWT), so i'm wondering if it's going to be this kind of thing this time.

garry

07/12/2013 05:56 am

What if you run a removals company

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