Are you tired of your Twitter posts showing up in Google search results? You can remove them and improve the privacy of your data. You may remove your Twitter account from Google search or contact Google and ask for help.
1. Find the Twitter URL and copy it. You can find it at the location bar
2. Open the Google content removal page
3. Log in to your Google account or create a new one. If you don't have a Google account, it is impossible to access the page
4. Click on the 'Create a new removal request' button
5. Paste the link
6. On the next page, clear cached content. It will clear all the information that is associated with Twitter. You can only do this if you provide some information that is in the cached version and not in the live version
7. Submit the information
8. There will be a status page with the details of your request
9. Note that your request may not always be successful. You may try again later
10. If your request to remove your Twitter from Google search results is approved, Google may not remove it immediately. It may take a few days or weeks
Keep in mind that the changes you make will only be effective moving forward. Everything that you posted previously may still be visible on your Google search. It may not be the best choice if you are looking for a quick way to get rid of your Twitter posts from your Google search results.
Twitter allows you to protect your privacy. You can use a nickname rather than your real name. With a nickname, only close friends will be able to identify you. However, that may not be enough privacy for you.
Contacting the Support Team
If you need any additional help, you may contact the Google support team and ask for help. The best way to contact Google is on the phone. It is a quick way to get help and you get to speak directly with an agent. The support agents are friendly and respectful. They will help you remove your Twitter account from your Google search as soon as possible. Phone support is the only option to speak directly with an agent.
Consider contacting Google on Facebook/Messenger if you don't necessarily need to speak with an agent. With Facebook/Messenger, you may seek support in private or in public depending on your needs. You can get support from the customer service team or other Google users. If the support agents can't help you on Facebook, they may direct you to contact them on the phone.
The Google help desk is a great support platform. It has plenty of targeted tips and suggestions that may answer your question. It is the first support option for many Google users. Consider seeking support on the help desk before exploring other options. If you end up going back and forth with the support agents, they may direct you to contact them on the phone.
After thousands of Twitter customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together How Do I Remove My Twitter Account from Google Search? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting Twitter if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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