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    If content was deleted from a site but still shows up in Google search results, the page description or cache might be outdated. To request a removal of outdated content: Go to the Remove outdated content page. Enter the URL (web address) of the page that has the outdated content you want to remove.


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    WebMaster Tools can help you Detect and removing invalid URLs.


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    Impressive guys, thanks for sharing such nice information.


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    If content was deleted from a site but still shows up in Google search results, the page description or cache might be outdated. To request a removal of outdated content: Go to the Remove outdated content page. Enter the URL (web address) of the page that has the outdated content you want to remove.


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    Lot of tools are available through which you can remove broken link of your website...


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    Broken links are links on your website that point to pages that no longer exist. For instance, suppose you write a post linking to an article you found very interesting on another website. A couple of months down the road that website owner decided to delete the article, or to shut the website down completely. Your link will now be pointing to something that no longer exists, so it will be considered a broken link.
    I don’t recommend you to remove them as it will impact SEO. Instead, use redirects to something useful or an alternative. Also, I have seen a lot of people requesting the broken link owner to offer some of the content they have made or interested in to put on that link.


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    Last edited by webxeros; 06-14-2019 at 05:04 AM.
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    Hi,

    If you want to remove broken link in your website, you can take the help from web developer.
    If you want to remove broken link in search engines, you can use google webmaster tool to remove.


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    A broken link is a link on a web page that no longer works on the website. It is also called a dead link. When there is a broken link on your website it shows 404 error (Not Found error). For deleting those broken links you can ask your website developer for deleting those not found pages.


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    To fix a wrecked connection, float over the URL and select Edit Link. (Or then again, pick Unlink to just evacuate the connection.) You can change both the grapple content and the URL itself: The device may likewise demonstrate you recommendations about what connection you can use rather, if important.


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    To fix a wrecked connection, drift over the URL and select Edit Link. (Or then again, pick Unlink to just expel the connection.) You can change both the stay content and the URL itself: The instrument may likewise indicate you recommendations about what connection you can use rather, if important.


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