Selected answers from the Dumb SEO Questions G+ community.
Brenda Malone: It takes some time for Google to pull pages out of the index. A week is not enough. Is your robots.txt blocking the page? Remember that Google has to be able to crawl the page to read the `noindex` tag.
Mateusz Rokuszewski: Well I would love to answer, but at this point I do not really know what you mean by "is your robots.txt blocking the page". Could you please explain?
Brenda Malone: What is your URL?Typically, your robots file is located at
Brenda Malone: Mateusz Rokuszewski Thanks, no you are not blocking any specific pages, what is a page you do not want indexed?
Brenda Malone: You have the correct noindex tags. It is probably going to take Google some time before they are out of the index.
site: is not the most accurate, but it does show that you have at least 27 URLs indexed.
Mateusz Rokuszewski: Brenda Malone Well, 27 URLs is much more than I have indexed now. Currently It should be just 5 URLs: landing page, 3 product category pages and 1 blog. How long does it usually take Google to remove the rest of the URLs from index?