Google Enables Blocking AdWords Results With Block Site Feature
In 2011 Google enabled the ability to block search results with a new block sites feature. It now appears that you can block sites from showing up in the paid search ad results. Here is a picture with the “block all domain.com ads”: What is interesting is that this works for both those who are […]
Here is a picture with the “block all domain.com ads”:
What is interesting is that this works for both those who are signed in and signed out of a Google account.
When Google launched Search Plus Your World, the ability to block sites with this feature went away and still does not work. The interesting part is that if you are logged in, you can block AdWords results but not normal web results.
Update: This feature was actually released back in November and is thus not new. I am surprised I have not seen it before.
Hat tip to Andrew Girdwood for spotting this over the weekend.
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