You want to be certain that it will remain off the radars of search engines until you are ready to launch it.
But with just a single misstep, info about the existence of your half baked website can easily leak to Google.
Before you request the removal of the website from Google Webmaster Tools, you need to remove or rename the problematic site or page.
When you rename it, make sure it won’t get into Google’s sight too soon again.
To ensure your secrecy, we recommend protecting the pages with a password.
Navigate to your Google Webmaster Tools account and choose "Optimization" "Remove URLs".It would result in Google indexing your unfinished site and making it public.When creating a new website, such a "leak" might appear when you share a link to your unfinished website in Facebook, e.g. Also, such links might end up in Google when you share the link by e-mail or via Skype when it gets reshared to some third person and posted by him to any web-based channel which is monitored by Google.You can follow the status of your request from the very same place. page with an out-dated information about your products) is removed from the website, but search engines still show it in their results. As a reasonable guy, you've hidden it from the menus.Premature information might slip into Google’s sight also when you are just updating some part of your website. However, once you add just a single link to the new section in some older, indexed part of your site Google will jump in and index the new section prematurely too.In the next view, choose "Create a new removal request" and enter the exact address of the page you wish to removed.