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Remove a page or site from Google’s search results


When you make changes to your site or a page on your site, you may find that a Google search is returning outdated info.
Over time, when Google next crawls your site and re-indexes the information, the redundant information will no longer appear in the searches.

Occasionally there may be a reason why you don't want to wait for these cached version of your pages to be removed in which case you can use Google's URL removal tool to speed up the process.

See the following link for further information:

Remove a page or site from Google's search results
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