Here is my issue: I have got a domain name say myjlpweb1.com who has been working for ages and is referenced by Google. About 3 months ago I purchased a few new domain's that I parked in that domain, say mynewdomain1.com . I never refererenced them nor used them but it didn't stop Google to index them anyway.
A little over a month ago I uploaded a website for domain mynewdomain1.com alongside a sitemap; my issue is as of today Google still has got in its index pages belonging to myjlpweb1.com dating back from the time I purchased the domain. For example I can see a reference to mynewdomain1.com/page1.aspx whereas page1.aspx doesn't exist on mynewdomain1.com but to myweb1.com
The bottom line is how do I tell Google "Just forget what you have in your index and only use pages found in my sitemap".
This is for 7 domains.
Update your sitemap, your robots file, insure everything can be indexed, that the old pages are truly gone and in a couple days Google will make the changes.
Sign-up for Google Webmaster Account and you will spot an option to submit urls for removal.
You can submit all the urls you want to remove from your new domain. I hope it will help in the search engine optimization.
I am already using Google Webmaster but never saw that option, thanks for the tip.
I can't say i saw that option in Google Webmaster. Can you point the tab where this link is situated?
Had to read the help to find it.
Go to Site configuration > Crawler access and it's the 3rd tab "Remove URL"
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