Most recently, information from Google Webmater Tools has launched Improving URL removals on third-party sites, Google said: “Content on the Internet changes or disappears, and occasionally it’s helpful to have search results for it updated quickly. Today we launched our improved public URL removal tool to make it easier to request updates based on changes on other people’s websites.”
This tool is useful for removals on other peoples’ websites. You could use this tool if a page has been removed completely, or if it was just changed and you need to have the snippet & cached page removed. If you’re the webmaster of the site, then using the Webmaster Tools URL removal feature is faster & easier. You can find it at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/removals
- Enter the URL of the page. As before, this needs to be the exact URL as indexed in Google search results.
- The analysis tool will confirm that the page is gone. Confirm the request to complete the submission.
You can request a page’s cache & snippet be removed from search results, it’ll remove the snippet & cached page in Google’s search results until our systems have been able to reprocess the page completely (it won’t affect title or ranking). In addition to the page’s URL, you’ll need at least one word that used to be on the page but is now removed.
- Enter the URL of the page which has changed. This needs to be the exact URL as indexed in Google search results.
- Confirm that the page has been updated or removed, and confirm that the cache & snippet are outdated (do not match the current content).
- Enter a word that no longer appears on the live page, but which is still visible in the cache or snippet. You can find it at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/removals