Google Now Lets You Remove Search Results


In an attempt to help make search more relevant to users, Google now lets you eliminate websites from showing up in the results. Now you can click a link located under the description of each result and block any site you want from ever appearing again. Google hopes the new feature will stop users from being bombarded by low-quality sites. Read the full article on Google’s blog

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