Great Article on Deleting Your Google Searches

I just found this great article on how to delete your Google search history and thought I’d share it with you.

How do I delete my Google Search History?

Posted on March 6th, 2012 by Dave Taylor

I’m kind of freaking out. Apparently as of March 1st, 2012, Google will be tying together all the activity I do across any and all Google properties, and mining all of my old search history, both on Google the search engine and YouTube. Yikes! How can I opt out?

 

8 thoughts on “Great Article on Deleting Your Google Searches

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  2. Patricia

    When a page is updated or removed, it will automatically fall out of our search results. You don’t need to do anything to make this happen.

    However, if you urgently need to remove content from Google (for example, if you’ve already removed, updated, or blocked a page accidentally displaying confidential information like credit card numbers), you can request expedited removal of those URLs.

  3. Krizza

    Writing a good article title is essential to capturing your intended audience. If your article title is an inaccurate description or summary of your article, those who may be interested in your article will not read it..

  4. Myrtle

    Google is pushing these things too far and we should not be handing this valuable information to them. Thanks for letting me visit your site.

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