Control Your Google Search Experience – Easily Block A Site From Being Shown To You!

Keep Annoying Sites 
Out Of The Results
That You See!

Rather than “search engine optimization”… we might call this “search engine customization”! 

I’m sure you’ve been in a situation similar to this: 

Browsing through Google search results and constantly shaking your head as Google continues to return a site that you HATE! 

Maybe it’s that you find the site clunky.  Maybe it’s that you hate the site owners.  Maybe it’s that the site uses a paywall to hide the best content. Or maybe you don’t even know WHY you dislike the site but you simply wish they’d not be shown. 

Fortunately, you can make this happen, for YOUR personalized results, in two quick and easy steps!

Visit: Google’s Managed Blocked Sites Page: http://www.google.com/reviews/t?hl=en

Screenshot of the Google Managed Blocked Sites page

Fill in the text boxes and click “Block Site”… and  BOOM! That site will no longer be shown to you in the search results.

If you change your mind later you can always return here to remove it.

For example, I block “Experts-Exchange” which is actually a good site. However, I’m tech savvy enough to dig up the answers I need without paying them for the answer. However, if I was not, paying them would likely save me a lot of time and headache. Because I never participate with that site, I’ve chosen to have it hidden. 

Enjoy this neat tool to customize your search experience!

~ Kim ~
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18 Comments on "Control Your Google Search Experience – Easily Block A Site From Being Shown To You!"


Guest
2 years 5 months ago

This information is going to prove useful. Some of the foreign-language dictionary sites are irritating, because the excerpts that appear on the search results are misleading. They lead you to believe that the information will be on the page, or they make it difficult to find once you’re there. It will be nice to be able to block some of them. Thanks for the tips.

Guest
2 years 5 months ago

Talk about a time saver. I didn’t know I could block a site from Google search engines. Is there a similar tool for other search engines as well?

Guest
2 years 5 months ago

Great explanation and examples, Kim. I agree, when content is behind a paywall, chances are I will move on. That’s great that I can now block these sites easily.

Guest
2 years 5 months ago

Wow, this is incredibly useful! I had no idea Google could even do this!

Guest
2 years 5 months ago

Wow, thanks for sharing. I think I will block informer as it always nothing to do with my searches, which is annoying to me.