Why is my closed forum post still visible in search engines?
I asked the Hubpages Team to close my forum post because of a spelling mistake in the title. Yet, when I type in my user name + hubpages into the google search engine, link to my forum post is on a high third place (link to my misspelled forum title of course, and not the text as it has been deleted). Why is that so?
It's because Google caches pages (basically stores a copy in case it can't find the original). Your post will be cleared from the google cache but how long it will take is variable from days to weeks.
What is put on the internet, never leaves the internet, no matter how much you want it to.
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