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Is it possible with Google searches to ban any and all results from a domain?

Is there a way to exclude permanently and FOREVER some domain names from being shown in google search result page except using geasemonkey + a script ?

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Dupe: superuser.com/questions/5631/… –  random Aug 30 '09 at 3:45

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Probably the best way to do this is with the SearchWiki feature. If you sign in to your Google account, you can disable a result.

SearchWiki

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+1, I have used this mostly for "the hypen" site :-). –  nik Aug 29 '09 at 16:28
    
this doesn't block the domain name. –  Revolter Aug 29 '09 at 16:35
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I found a nice add-on for Firefox called surfclarity witch filter searchs results on google and yahoo ...

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you can use, Stylish to write your own style (css) and block certain results on-load. gluck

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You can simply prefix the site: search modifier with a minus sign.

Searching for "Something -site:somesite.org" does work.

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im looking for something which block that a given list of domain names each time i do a research. –  Revolter Aug 29 '09 at 18:39
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The easiest which I can imagine to do that would be that you create a small page you can set as your home page which contains just a search box that automatically appends numerous "-site:something" to the search string. –  Joey Aug 29 '09 at 21:51

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