Is there a way to tell Bing that I never want results from a certain domain?
I add -site:blockeddomain.com after my search items.
In this example I have added my current ignore list. To make it easy for day-to-day use, I use a text expander to enter all the domains that annoy me. In my text expander I make all instances of "---" show up as "-site:ehow.com -site:experts-exchange.com -site:ebay.com -site:dotnetspark.com -site:go4sharepoint.com -site:wikihow.com -site:howstuffworks.com". I use the text expanding feature of AutoHotkey as I already use that program for several other automation tasks.
This works for Bing and Google. I used just -blockeddomain.com for Google successfully, but multiple domains this way broke Bing. Whereas with the -site: both search engines seem to behave appropriately.
It is not perfect, but it saves me time. Google used to let you block pages on a blacklist, but discontinued that service. We need to remember that in the search world, we are the product and
Or in Chrome modify your default search settings. Example: after the arrow insert
To hide results of any kind just use the — (minus, dash, etc.) operator.
The above will display results for 'New York' but exclude the 'yankees' keyword.
The above will display results for 'Disney Characters' while also removing results that have the 'disney.go.com' domain name.