REMOVE YOUR WEBSITE FROM THE SEARCH ENGINE

If you wish to exclude your entire website or a specific section (directory) of your server from 's index, you can place a file at the root of your server called robots.txt.

To prevent and other search engines from crawling your site, place the following robots.txt file in your server root:

User-agent: *
Disallow: /

This is the standard protocol that most web crawlers observe for excluding a web server or directory from an index. More information on robots.txt is available here: http://www.robotstxt.org/wc/norobots.html.


Remove individual pages

If you want to prevent all robots from indexing individual pages on your site, then you can place the following meta tag element into the page's HTML code:

<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW">

If you want to allow other robots to index individual pages on your site, preventing only 's robots from indexing the pages, use the following tag:

<META NAME="BOT" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW">

More information on this standard meta tag element is available here: http://www.robotstxt.org/wc/exclusion.html#meta.

Note: If you believe your request is urgent and cannot wait until the next time crawls your site, email us at : INFO@
your webmaster must first insert the appropriate meta tags into the page's HTML code.

Remove snippets

A snippet is a text excerpt from the returned result page that has all query terms bolded. The excerpt allows users to see the context in which search terms appear on a web page, before clicking on the result. Users are more likely to click on a search result if it has a corresponding snippet.

If you wish to prevent from displaying snippets for your pages, use the following tag:

<META NAME="BOT" CONTENT="NOSNIPPET">

Note: removing snippets also removes cached pages.

Note: If you believe your request is urgent and cannot wait until the next time our robots crawl your site, email us at : INFO@

In order for this automated process to work, your webmaster must first insert the appropriate meta tags into the page's HTML code.

Remove cached pages

keeps the text of the many documents it crawls available in a cache. This allows an archived, or "cached", version of a web page to be retrieved for your end users if the original page is ever unavailable (due to temporary failure of the page's web server). The cached page appears to users exactly as it looked when last crawled it. The cached page also includes a message (at the top of the page) to indicate that it's a cached version of the page.

If you want to prevent all robots from archiving content on your site, use the NOARCHIVE meta tag. Place this tag in the <HEAD> section of your documents as follows:

<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOARCHIVE">

If you want to allow other indexing robots to archive your page's content, preventing only 's robots from caching the page, use the following tag:

<META NAME="BOT" CONTENT="NOARCHIVE">

Note: this tag only removes the "cached" link for the page. continues to index the page and display a snippet.

Note: If you believe your request is urgent and cannot wait until the next time our robots crawl your site, email us at : INFO@


Remove an outdated ("dead") link

updates its entire index automatically on a regular basis. When we crawl the web, we find new pages, discard dead links, and update links automatically. Links that are outdated now will most likely "fade out" of our index during our next crawl.

REMEMBER : WE ARE A FULL BLOWN SEARCH ENGINE AND INDEX THE ENTIRE INTERNET! IF YOU WISH TO BE REMOVED FROM OUR INDEX, PLEASE EMAIL US IMMEDIATELY AND WE WILL REMOVE YOU FROM OUR DIRECTORIES IMMEDIATELY. WE APPRECIATE YOUR COOAPERATION IN THIS MATTER.