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how to remove my hub cache from Google and Bing .

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    ateinposted 5 years ago

    hi guys ,

    I deleted one of my hubs recently and want its cache to be removed from Google and Bing . Any idea how to do it . Webmaster centrals of Google and Bing do not allow you to verify your hubpage sub domain or an individual hub because users do not have HTML access to their hubpages, right ? So if I cannot claim my subdomain /hubpages at Google and Bing webmaster Centrals how do I remove their cache . I think must find a solution to this. May be create a capsule that allows uploading of HTML files from Google and Bing for verifying their hubpage subdomain/hubpages created by them site . For Google analytics too you have to upload javascript file.

    Feedback and solutions appreciated.


  2. WryLilt profile image91
    WryLiltposted 5 years ago

    Give it a week or two, for the hub to be recrawled.

    From memory you can connect your subdomain to webmaster tools but can't remember how.

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      ateinposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for replying .

      I guess "connect" is the correct word .I was searching for the phrase "how to add  hubpages subdomain to webmaster central" , hence I was unable to get correct results .

      I found these two links : … -analytics … ster-Tools

      Guess I will have to i/p my tracking code in hub account and then connect .

      1. Dale Hyde profile image84
        Dale Hydeposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        You need not to add any code to HP. It is done automatically.