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If you ever see a link in Google that needs updating (in other words, you’ve removed or changed content on the publisher’s site, but Google’s search results still reflect the old content), you can use Google’s URL Removal Tool to fix it. Just hit the “New removal request” button, paste the link to the site that needs updating, and under “Reason,” select “The page has changed and Google’s cached version is out of date” from the drop-down menu.

Then follow the directions on the page and “enter a word that has been entirely removed from the live page but is still present in the cached version.” Finally, submit your request.

The good news: even though sites don’t to take content down, they may do it just to help you out. “The squeaky wheel gets the grease” is truer than ever when it comes to takedowns.

You’re going to have to speak up, speak often, and keep at it.

Some sites have systems in place for requesting takedowns, but your odds are better if you speak to an actual human being.

Try to find a phone number for a website editor, webmaster, or writer at the publication.

In our experience, the best person to talk to is someone who’s tech-savvy enough–and has the authority– to remove content himself.

That way they can handle your request right when you ask, not go through a long chain of decision-makers who may forget about you.

Who Is searches will provide a name, address, and phone number for an administrative contact at the site.

Before we get to our 7 deletion tips, let start with some basic rules of the web.

We’ve spent years deleting people’s info from data broker websites with our product, Delete Me, and we’ve learned a lot.

Think of yourself like an attorney: you have to represent yourself and make a compelling argument.

If they do remove the item, they’ll be doing it as a favor to you.

Looking bad in a picture or disliking a comment someone made on your Facebook wall isn’t enough.

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