Want to Build new Website with my old Website's Content

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Hi Friends,

I had a website, but i have mistakenly deleted it from my domain provider account and they removed my account.

Now, I want to build a new website with my old website's content. For that, i need to delete all the indexed pages from the search engine.

My question here is, Could I use my Old Website's content after removing it from the search engine index. If it is possible then guide me how to delete all the indexed contents from the search engines.
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  • Profile picture of the author eajob
    how can I remove my site or part of it from Google

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  • Profile picture of the author savidge4
    Originally Posted by Elayaraja View Post

    Hi Friends,

    I had a website, but i have mistakenly deleted it from my domain provider account and they removed my account.

    Now, I want to build a new website with my old website's content. For that, i need to delete all the indexed pages from the search engine.

    My question here is, Could I use my Old Website's content after removing it from the search engine index. If it is possible then guide me how to delete all the indexed contents from the search engines.
    If you had the site attached to a Google Analytics account.. just remove the sitemap.. the pages will disappear in a number of days
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    • Profile picture of the author Elayaraja
      Hi Savidge4,

      How can i remove sitemap from my Analytics account???
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  • Profile picture of the author KarenByerly
    Stop crawling your xml sitemap page. Add this in your robots.txt file:

    Sitemap: https://www.glgaccounting.com/sitemap.xml
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    • Profile picture of the author Elayaraja
      Originally Posted by KarenByerly View Post

      Stop crawling your xml sitemap page. Add this in your robots.txt file:

      Sitemap: https://www.glgaccounting.com/sitemap.xml

      Thanks Karen Barely,

      Does hiding XML sitemap removes all the indexed content from the search engine??? How long it will take to remove the content.
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  • Profile picture of the author KarenByerly
    Stop crawling your xml sitemap page. Add this in your robots.txt file:

    Sitemap: https://www.mywebsite.com/sitemap.xml
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  • Profile picture of the author phenomix
    Once your old content is de-indexed you can use it again. I did it for one of my sites that I wanted to combine the content with another one and I had no problems. I wasn't in any rush though and just let it de-index naturally after the domain expired.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by Elayaraja View Post

    Hi Friends,

    I had a website, but i have mistakenly deleted it from my domain provider account and they removed my account.

    Now, I want to build a new website with my old website's content. For that, i need to delete all the indexed pages from the search engine.

    My question here is, Could I use my Old Website's content after removing it from the search engine index. If it is possible then guide me how to delete all the indexed contents from the search engines.


    The old site/pages will eventually be deindexed/removed from Google SERPs automatically considering those pages/site/host no longer exist.

    Google needs to try and crawl those old pages which won't happen since they don't exist which in turn will get each old page deindexed form Google SERPs.
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    • Profile picture of the author Elayaraja
      Hi Yukon,

      Thanks for your reply. I too agree with you, but it will take long time. So i'm asking for an instant way to de-index my indexed content.

      Suggest me if you have any instant alternative solution.
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by Elayaraja View Post

        Hi Yukon,

        Thanks for your reply. I too agree with you, but it will take long time. So i'm asking for an instant way to de-index my indexed content.

        Suggest me if you have any instant alternative solution.



        Keep looking for an instant miracle or go do some work.
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  • Profile picture of the author BPhoenixCreate
    This should work faster, but it is a little labor intensive.

    Put this in your .htaccess file:
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    Header set X-Robots-Tag "noindex, nofollow"
    Then go to Google Webmaster tools and put in each url individually: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url?

    Once you tell it to go and look at your site, it will see the .htaccess file telling it not to index or follow and it should de-index within a few minutes.
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