I've asked several questions about my HubPage and have received
great advice. I have a baffling question. Why do my HubPage forum questions appear on the www? If you look up californialistens.com you will see the site and then page down you will see Kontera and you will see 6hotfingers3 on HubPages. What do I need to do to delete that information from the www?
By you quoting your website address again, this forum thread will become visible in Google search results also. You may want to file a report with administrator similar to mine quoted immediately above.
To do this, click the "Report" button underneath your first post in this thread, then select "other" among the reasons and type in your request.
you can do nothing - other than perhaps ask a mod to delete your thread.
Your URL appears twice in the thread so google pick up on it.
Your best bet is to build better references to your site that outrank the forum - if that is your site, it would be in your best interest - build backlinks and articles until that forum thread disappears from the first page
Use that as your benchmark
For the forum thread in question, I have filed with the administrator this report:
"Kindly zap the URLs containing *, as the OP is a webmaster who is concerned that this forum thread is now showing up in Google search results.
The issue is being discussed here: **
Thank you in advance,
Hopefully, this will solve the problem
*) The URL being discussed, omitted here but included in report to administrator
**) The URL for this forum thread, omitted here but included in report to administrator
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