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Removing Cache Pages on Google Results

Discussion in 'Site & Server Administration' started by Elee, Nov 12, 2005.

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    Does anyone know how to get Google to remove cached pages? I have gone to google/support, filed the necessary forms, called and listen to their recorded message, but still no changes in the cached pages.

    Has anyone ever had any positive results in getting cached pages removed from Google? Thanks
    SEMrush
     
    Elee, Nov 12, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
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    shaileshk Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    Not delete any page in google of my all site
     
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    Elee Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for your most informative and helpful comment!!
     
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    web-spy Active Member

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    So what do you mean exactly?? Remove pages of your website that are cached by Google?
    Have you tried adding <meta name="robots" content="noarchive,nocache" />?
     
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    Elee Well-Known Member

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    No, the pages have already been removed from my website, but the caches are still out there. I am told that when Google re-crawls my site then the old caches will be removed.

    If that is the casse, how do I get Google to crawl my site??

    In the meantime, is there a way I can get Google to simply REMOVE the caches they current have?

    Thanks
     
    Elee, Nov 13, 2005 IP
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    Googles76 Peon

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    Web1.in Peon

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    hey..nice..I was looking for somehting like this..

    Thanks
    Deep
     
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    does anybody know how long that takes normally? There is a website, which I'm not the owner of, but they just removed a site with my name in it and it still appears at the top of google results and there is a cached version. The page gives a 404 error and I requested google to remove it about 2weeks ago.... help would be appreciated!!

    thanks
     
    chill_ing, Jan 30, 2008 IP
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    I have just had a case like this, I have asked Google to remove a couple pages that I did not want to show up in the cached versions and they removed them in 3 days.
     
    ccisystems, Feb 6, 2009 IP
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    I have this same problem. I went to their webmaster tools section and it was completely useless, I jumped through all their hoops like placing <meta name="robots" content="noarchive"> in my new site and it's been 2 weeks and nothing. I searched high and low for a way to contact google directly by email preferrably and for the life of me, I can't find a contact info.

    I really wished they wouldn't cache people's websites without their consent. Because it's essentially highjacking someone's site in my opinion. If they do cache websites, the least they can do is make it easy for the owner to have the option of removing the cache easily instead of banging our heads and making us jump through hoops to do it.

    Enough of my rant, back to my point, is there any way to expediting google to remove their cache version of my site? Does anyone know the contact email I can email them directly? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


    ps. by the way, I tried the http://services.google.com:8882/urlconsole/controller?cmd=reload&lastcmd=login , it timed out, what is the purpose of that url?
     
    starscream, Jun 13, 2009 IP