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I have a client that has 3 domain names. For the sake of this argument I will call them www.website1.com www.website2.comwww.website1.com, www.website2.com and www.website3www.website3.com.com

He used to have a website package with VistaPrint and www.website1.comwww.website1.com was his main business website and website2 and website3 used to redirect to the main website.

However recently I created a new wordpressWordPress website for him and now his main domain name is www.website3.comwww.website3.com and website1 and website2 simply redirect to the main website.

But when I go on Google and search for the domain name (any of the three) it does not show me the description of the website and it says: A description for this result is not available because of this site's robots.txt – learn more.A description for this result is not available because of this site's robots.txt – learn more.

I used to have a robots.txtrobots.txt file but have deleted it since the migration to the client's host however googleGoogle seems to have indexed it in the meanwhile. I got in touch with the hosting company and they said that it is a virtual file and that it doesn't physically exist - and that the issue with the description in googleGoogle is happening because it has indexed the website while the robots.txtrobots.txt was there.

I want all references to website1 and website2 to vanish from googleGoogle and I only want it to index www.website3.comwww.website3.com, which is the main business website - with the correct description of the site

What are my options? I logged into GoogleWebmasterGoogle Webmaster Tools and it still says that the file is there.

I hope you understand what I want to achieve but feel free to ask for clarification

Any advice will be greatly appreciated as I want to solve this issue ASAP before it starts damaging the client's online presence and reputation

I have a client that has 3 domain names. For the sake of this argument I will call them www.website1.com www.website2.com and www.website3.com

He used to have a website package with VistaPrint and www.website1.com was his main business website and website2 and website3 used to redirect to the main website.

However recently I created a new wordpress website for him and now his main domain name is www.website3.com and website1 and website2 simply redirect to the main website.

But when I go on Google and search for the domain name (any of the three) it does not show me the description of the website and it says: A description for this result is not available because of this site's robots.txt – learn more. I used to have a robots.txt file but have deleted it since the migration to the client's host however google seems to have indexed it in the meanwhile. I got in touch with the hosting company and they said that it is a virtual file and that it doesn't physically exist - and that the issue with the description in google is happening because it has indexed the website while the robots.txt was there.

I want all references to website1 and website2 to vanish from google and I only want it to index www.website3.com, which is the main business website - with the correct description of the site

What are my options? I logged into GoogleWebmaster and it still says that the file is there.

I hope you understand what I want to achieve but feel free to ask for clarification

Any advice will be greatly appreciated as I want to solve this issue ASAP before it starts damaging the client's online presence and reputation

I have a client that has 3 domain names. For the sake of this argument I will call them www.website1.com, www.website2.com and www.website3.com.

He used to have a website package with VistaPrint and www.website1.com was his main business website and website2 and website3 used to redirect to the main website.

However recently I created a new WordPress website for him and now his main domain name is www.website3.com and website1 and website2 simply redirect to the main website.

But when I go on Google and search for the domain name (any of the three) it does not show me the description of the website and it says: A description for this result is not available because of this site's robots.txt – learn more.

I used to have a robots.txt file but have deleted it since the migration to the client's host however Google seems to have indexed it in the meanwhile. I got in touch with the hosting company and they said that it is a virtual file and that it doesn't physically exist - and that the issue with the description in Google is happening because it has indexed the website while the robots.txt was there.

I want all references to website1 and website2 to vanish from Google and I only want it to index www.website3.com, which is the main business website - with the correct description of the site

What are my options? I logged into Google Webmaster Tools and it still says that the file is there.

I hope you understand what I want to achieve but feel free to ask for clarification

Any advice will be greatly appreciated as I want to solve this issue ASAP before it starts damaging the client's online presence and reputation

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I have a client that has 3 domain names. For the sake of this argument I will call them www.website1.com www.website2.com and www.website3.com

He used to have a website package with VistaPrint and www.website1.com was his main business website and website2 and website3 used to redirect to the main website.

However recently I created a new wordpress website for him and now his main domain name is www.website3.com and website1 and website2 simply redirect to the main website.

But when I go on Google and search for the domain name (any of the three) it does not show me the description of the website and it says: A description for this result is not available because of this site's robots.txt – learn more. I used to have a robots.txt file but have deleted it since the migration to the client's host however google seems to have indexed it in the meanwhile. I got in touch with the hosting company and they said that it is a virtual file and that it doesn't physically exist - and that the issue with the description in google is happening because it has indexed the website while the robots.txt was there.

I want all references to website1 and website2 to vanish from google and I only want it to index www.website3.com, which is the main business website - with the correct description of the site

What are my options? I logged into GoogleWebmaster and it still says that the file is there.

I hope you understand what I want to achieve but feel free to ask for clarification

Any advice will be greatly appreciated as I want to solve this issue ASAP before it starts damaging the client's online presence and reputation