Sounds crazy? It’s Matt Cutts worst nightmare…
The story was reported by James Breckenridge on his blog (which is brand spanking new, I guess he wanted to get some link juice out of this)!!!!
Basically you access Webmasters Tools and use the following URL:
So we thought we’d give it a try with Alex’s bingo site (http://bingoplayuk.com/) – Alex has kindly given me permission to do this.
Here’s the URL we’re going to use:
I have access to the www.bronco.co.uk domain, but not bingoplayuk.com – so if the removal is successful it means that I could remove any URL: Facebook.com, ebay.com, amazon.com – I’m guessing Google will get it fixed pretty sharpish if that were to happen!
After using the URL above I got sent to a confirmation page where it said “This will remove all instances of http://bingoplayuk.com/ from Google search results” and asked me to confirm my request:
I clicked submit and tried it again, it’s still there, but tomorrow we should be able to see if it is removed.
James has shown a couple of examples on his original blog post, which you can read here.