Have you cleared your Google Web History yet?

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Come March 1st, Google’s new privacy policy goes into effect and all those fun Google Products you use, including your Google Web History will be shared. Here’s a few simple steps to clearing your data before the big change!

Step 1:

Sign into your Google account and visit http://www.Google.com/history

If your web history is enabled you will see a list of any searches you’ve made or sites you’ve visited recently.

Step 2:

Click the button “Remove All Web History” then “Ok”

Step 3:

Your history will be free and clear of any exploitation from Google. This will stop Google from any further tracking of your web history. If for any reason you change your mind at any point and want your history tracked go ahead and click that blue button “resume”.

How do you feel about the new privacy policy change? Will you be clicking the “Remove All Web History” button? Leave us a comment below !

 

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6 thoughts on “Have you cleared your Google Web History yet?

  1. Avatar for Team Eminent SEOJenny Stradling

    Great how too Star!!! With the privacy policies changing, it’s imperative we pay attention to things like web history and how we are browsing (signed in vs not signed in).
    I need to go do this NOW!

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  2. Avatar for Team Eminent SEOStar Padilla

    I understand that the web history may (for the time being) be open and public to just Google products but, there’s absolutely no reason for me to share or make that public / saved for Google to cache. It’s like buying a car, I come to the net because I know what I want and what I’m looking for- no need to sway or distract me from my search (or purchase).

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  3. Avatar for Team Eminent SEOKirstin Douglas

    Mine isn’t enabled….so I guess I don’t have to worry about that. But this is good stuff – I gotta pass this along! Thanks!

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