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How to force google to reindex an URL? (Urgent)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nilanganray, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. nilanganray

    nilanganray Newbie

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    I don't know if its the appropriate section to post but I had some personal information on another forum which got indexed by google. So i deleted the posts but the thread still shows up in search results. How do I remove it? thanks
     
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  3. blackhat008

    blackhat008 Newbie

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    That's funny, I was actually wondering how to do this myself. :eek:
     
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  4. nilanganray

    nilanganray Newbie

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    tried.. But the content is modified not removed. Will it work if I submit the url for indexing
     
  5. quietlearner

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    Ehhhh.. that won't work.

    OP you did the right thing, you just have to wait for the cache to expire and pray that a r c h i v e . o r g doesn't save the page.

    Why is a r c h i v e on the banned words list???
     
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  6. mainceaft

    mainceaft Regular Member

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    you should add
    an resend the URL in WMT
     
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  7. nilanganray

    nilanganray Newbie

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    As I mentioned, I don't own the site. Its a forum. I removed the post but it is still indexed.