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Remove your content from Google!

Tanya Goodin
Tanya Goodin
CEO
24 April 2007

Google has enhanced their Webmaster tools to include new
functionality which enables users to remove content from their index.
There are four different types of removal available to confirmed
webmasters:

Individual URLs: removes one particular URL.

Directories: removes all pages within a directory of your URL.

Entire Site: removes your entire site!

Cached Copy: if you want a page to be listed, but not cached.

There is also a third party removal option, if a site is no longer live
and it still appears in the index you may send Google a request and if
this is indeed the case the site will be removed from the index. There
are various other removal options like removal of sites if your privacy
is being invaded by them and also the ability to flag adult sites that
have slipped through Google’s filter.

Robin says:

"Google webmaster tools is a great idea, but are we doing all their work for them?"

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