I'm not sure is this is the right forum in which to ask this question, nevertheless, I'm struggling to find the answer. I've decided to move a couple of hubs and have had them removed from Google's search results. I want to have them removed from Bing's search results but am having problems establishing how to do this. Bing suggest using their webmaster tools, however, I cannot use their webmaster tools because I'm not the site owner. The only other option I can find is their removal tool for plagiarized content (DMCA) Any ideas would be more than welcome.
by Sleepylog5 years ago
How to submit to Bing?I'm trying to submit my hubs to Bing but I'm not sure how to do it. Do I submit each hub individually or do I just submit my profile page?Also how do I verify I'm the owner of the site(s) I'm...
by Omnivium5 years ago
Why don't some hubs even have the opportunity to be listed in search results?On the my account page there is an H symbol by most of my hubs that says they have the opportunity to be in search results. But why do some of...
by MrAhmad4 years ago
How do I get my Hubs higher up in Google search results?
by Athlyn Green5 years ago
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by Ness5 years ago
Why do some hubbers have their photos in the Google search results?Often when searching on Google a hub is in the search results. Sometimes the hubbers profile picture is in the search results. Why does this...
by Ness5 years ago
Why does our Hub's summary only appear 'sometimes' in Google's search results?Testing which keywords in Google ranks for my hub , I noticed that some keywords I search bring results with the summary, others just pull...
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