To completely remove an entire page from Google search results:
- On the Webmaster Tools home page, click on the desired site.
- On the dashboard, click the Google index on the left-hand menu.
- Click Remove URL.
- Click on new removal request.
- Type the URL of the page you want to remove from the search results (not the Google search result URL or the cached page URL), and then click Continue. How to find the correct URL The URL is case-sensitive – use the exact same characters and capitalization that the site uses.
- Click Yes, delete this page.
- Click submit request
To remove a specific URL (for example, page http://www.example.com/page4.html) of your own website from Google’s index, several options are available:
1: Use Robot Meta-Element with NOINDEX
Add a meta-element robot to the source code of the page, which does not appear in the index and sets the value to NOINDEX.
By adding the following to the source code of a page, it will be removed from the index:
< Meta name = "robot" content = "noindex">
You must add meta-elements to the area of a specific page:
If the page already contains a robot meta-element with the value INDEX, you can replace it with NOINDEX.
done. Now all you have to do is wait until the desired URL is removed from the Google index.
2: Use Google Search Console
By using a setting within Google Search Console, you can easily find URLs removed from the Google index.
If you are not yet using Google Search Console, you can activate your website for free (www.google.com/webmasters/tools/?hl=en) in a few minutes. This lets you later extract the URL from the Google index.
- Log into Google Search Console and select the desired website
- Click “Customization” in the left-hand navigation
- Click “Remove URL” in the sub-menu.
- Click the “Create a new request to delete” button on this page
done. Now you have to wait for some time until the desired URL is removed from Google’s index.