I used to think that the more pages I have on Google index, the more traffic I am going to get. But it’s not true. I realized that when I was checking Google indexed pages of RTB for the first time. What I found was embarrassing. A lot of useless pages got indexed by Google, even some of them had no content. This is may be one of the reasons why I got hit by Panda 4.0. Having these low-quality pages can harm your SEO too. Besides, there is no reason to have these useless pages on Google index. In this post, I will be sharing how to block URLs from crawling and how to remove URLs from Google index. Before going further, I’d like to share when to remove indexed pages and when not to remove. When to Remove Indexed Pages? There could a lot of reasons to remove URLs, but here are some of the most common. When Not to Remove Indexed Pages? Though you have the power to remove any URLs from Google Search results, there can be some situations when you shouldn’t. Google provides some guidelines about this. Here are the situations. How to Check Indexed Pages in Google Before taking any action, you need to know which pages of your site Google has already indexed. To know this, go to Google. And search for You’ll see only pages from your site which Google has indexed so far. Now you need to determine which URLs you’ll be blocking/removing….