Re: ebay "ad context" ads
- From: "Kris Baker" <kris.baker@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 19:59:59 GMT
"Ignoramus24559" <ignoramus24559@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Tue, 13 Jun 2006 15:08:31 -0400, Rita Ä Berkowitz
You should. The rule of thumb here is that if you have to go
through an affiliate there is a 100% chance you didn't want that
item or information anyway.
How do you actually block a site? You can;'t tell google not to look
there, after all.
You can exclude them from showing up on your Google search results by
filtering their domain (-ebay or -amazon) for the more popular ones.
Realistically, one should be excluding eBay and Amazon from their Google
results anyway. Pretty much everything else, I block their domain on my
end. So, if I inadvertently or by trickery click on an affiliate I
hit a dead end. Under extremely rare cases when one does sneak by they
blocked and it's no longer an issue.
So, if, say, I search for
on google, that means that I would exclude ebay.com from results? Is
That's right; that's what I always do.
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