Remove Google Cache – How to Correct Your Web Pages With Google

How do you correct your cached website web pages that are indexed with Google you ask? Google search index appears to have an incorrect suffix on your website homepage uniform resource locator link. As an example your should be

How can you change this so that people arrive at your home page and not receive a 404 error page. You can have Google remove cached web page(s) or outdated web page(s). If you own a website, in order to request removal of an outdated cached version of a web page from search results you will want to follow these instructions below:

You will want to verify your ownership of your website in Google Webmaster Tools. On Google Webmaster Tools home page, you can click on the website you want to verify. On the Google Webmaster tools “Dashboard”, you will want to click on “Google Index” in the left hand navigation.

Now you will want to click “Remove URLs” to remove any outdated, incorrect, etc web pages. You will then want to click “Create a new removal request”. Then you can type in the uniform resource locator of a web page you want removed. Finally, you can click Continue.

Note that a uniform resource locator is case sensitive, so that you will need to submit a uniform resource locator using exactly the same characters and same capitalization that a website uses. You will want to make sure you find the right uniform resource locator that you want removed. Then select a “Reason” under the appropriate drop down list.

You will have three choices available:

* Remove page from search results and cache
* Remove page from cache only
* Remove directory

Then you can click on “Submit Request”. Also, you can add your top level domain uniform resource locator to Google search engine index. I suggest just submitting your uniform resource locator.

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