I want to delete some images which were on my hubs that I have unpublished, but thecome up on google images, how do I remove them from google images?
Jon, they should go away after some time. However, here's an article that may help you now:
https://support.google.com/websearch/an … 8134?hl=en
It is really easy; a tab on the top right corner of your picture at google. Delete is one of your options.
Contact Google, of course.
https://support.google.com/webmasters/a … 3694?hl=en
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