Friday, July 20, 2012
Reincluding Removed Contents In Google Search. There's a time where you sometimes want to reinclude a removed content in Google Search after you remove it. Actually it will normally be reincluded without you have to tell Google to reinclude it. Just, the problem here is that it takes some times to reinclude the content, for approximately 90 days after your removal request, and you might love it not. To make it sooner, you have to send a cancel removal request to Google, which the only tool that can help you here is Google Webmaster Tools, there is no other but it. The only rule that you should note is that it must be done before 90 days after your removal request. Below is how to make it.

1. On the Webmaster Tools Home page, click the site you want.
2. In the left-hand menu, click Optimization.
3. Click Remove URLs.
4. Select the Removed content tab and then click Reinclude next to the content that you want to reinclude in the Google index, and you're done.

Your request won't be processed at the moment, but it'll take 3 to 5 days.


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