Learn how to control the Sitelinks that appear under your main Google search listings with Google Webmaster Tools.
Google is pretty guarded on what you can directly change on their search listings for your own website. While you can’t choose the exact ‘Sitelinks’ that appear under your main listing, you can tell Google to remove or demote certain links from this section.
Sitelinks are internal page links that sometimes appear under your main Google search results. They are selected automatically by Google by analysing your website’s link structure to determine which links will save users time and allow them to quickly find the information they’re looking for.
Unfortunately, you can’t tell Google exactly which links you want to display however by process of elimination you can pretty much get the links you wish to display. If you have your website hooked up to Google’s Webmaster Tools system, which you should, then you can request for links to be removed, essentially creating a blacklist of pages for the Sitelinks section. If you play around with this enough, within reason, you should be able have the links you want to appear.
If you have Google Webmaster Tools setup, simply login and proceed to the ‘Sitelinks’ section under the ‘Search Appearance’ menu on the left hand side.
From this section you will see two boxes to fill in:
Unfortunately, it won’t be an instant process, it will take some time for Google to demote the link. There is also a chance that the link might not be removed at all if Google believes that is what users are looking for or if it can’t find a suitable replacement. Sitelinks are also query-dependent, which means it may still appear for certain queries.
You can demote up to 100 URL’s which is more than enough for you to sort out the pages you need to show.