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I stay logged into Google. I would very much like to permanently blacklist sites that I know to be spammy or low quality from showing up in some of the modules like news and search. Any suggestions on how? I know how to do it case by case in search ( but that's not permanent.

EDIT: The solution presented below (Personal Blocklist) does in fact work for search (thanks!) but not for news - anyone?

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If you use Chrome you can use Personal Blocklist (by Google).


Blocks domains/hosts from appearing in your Google search results.

The personal blocklist extension will transmit to Google the patterns that you choose to block.

This use to be a standard feature on Google that they depreciated. Instead they created this extension.

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This works with Google search, I have not tested the news module. – Geditdk Mar 25 '14 at 17:57
It doesn't work for News but it does work for search. – Ram Mar 25 '14 at 18:04

Maybe use Adblocker, then remove all the preset blacklists, then manually blocking those websites/span ID's?

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Thanks. I do adblock but that doesn't affect the list of results that G shows for searches nor in news etc. – Ram Mar 25 '14 at 17:57

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