6 weeks back I moved kingsmileflorist.co.uk from http to https as I was adding e-commerce. I left it on my shared server with about 45 sites using the same IP address - as is normal for reseller packages.
Almost immediately, google search picked up the second site (gate-safe.org), incorrectly added an https to it, and then mixed up browser titles and description tags between the 2 sites. Here’s an example:
So, when searching for Kings Mile Florist in Canterbury, instead of the proper URL coming up, Google would show a load of these jumbled search results all with https://gate-safe.org which does not exist as a secure site.
Eventually I realised this was because the newly secured florist site needed it’s own IP address and I added this very quickly. Apparently this shouldn’t be the case but the SNI software that allows separate sites on the same IP address can cause this problem when using a single SSL certificate.
Within a week the proper URL appeared in search results again. However, 5-6 weeks later and Google is still showing both the proper URL and the mixed up one very high in the search results - which is damaging to both the florist and the charity as of course it looks ridiculous.
Is there any way of getting this manually removed? As an aside, the problem does not happen with Bing - only Google