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Permanently Disable Google Personalized Web Search

Thursday, 31 January 2008

One of the many major annoyances in a SEO's day is the personalized web search. Google keeps track of previously clicked domains, and personalises the results to match a users previous click patterns.

While Google personalized search could potentially be very helpful for an end user - it is not for an SEO!

Well, the bane of your search marketing lives is now over, with the URLs below you can permanently disable Google Personalized Web Search from your account, and re-enable it if for some strange reason you would want to do that!?!

Disable:  Click Here
Enable:  Click Here


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