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I googled some random keywords and gave me results like this:

I don't want Planetlagu

I know that planetlagu.site is either a song download site or a Youtube download site. They offer MP3, MP4, and 3GP but all of them are unwanted because they contain a lot of junk.

I also receive a lot of unwanted Wikipedia results (image) and a lot of results from Facebook (image) which also contains information I don't want.

How can I exclude Facebook, Wikipedia, MP3, MP4, and 3GP pages from a Google Search so that they don't show up in the search results?

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You can use search operators to remove phrases or sites. For example, to have search results display without the word MP4 in the results, use the search phrase -MP4.

To exclude a site such as facebook, use the search phrase -site:facebook.com.

A combination of these can help to narrow your search results based on what you need.

Exclude words from your search

Put - in front of a word you want to leave out. For example, jaguar speed -car

Search for an exact match

Put a word or phrase inside quotes. For example, "tallest building".

Search for wildcards or unknown words

Put a * in your word or phrase where you want to leave a placeholder. For example, "largest * in the world".

Combine searches

Put "OR" between each search query. For example, marathon OR race.

Search for a specific site

Put "site:" in front of a site or domain. For example, site:youtube.com or site:.gov.

Sources: Google Search Help > Refine web searches

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    @pnuts I couldn't find a question on webapps that actually answers the question. If the google-search tag is enough, would this topic be closed? Thanks for your help. – Ashton Oct 13 '17 at 8:22
  • For googling in Google Images Search here's a tip: If I don't want some unrelated and offensive keywords to be appeared on Google Image Search, I had just to negate them. So in many case I had to add -ular -pati -selena -bieber to any keyword I entered (I often saw that those keywords sometimes appear on when I looked for some girl's photo using Google Image Search). – Bagas Sanjaya Dec 6 '17 at 14:05

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