Reduce Google’s Ecommerce Results With No Shop Sherlock

No Shop Sherlock is a Google search filter that offers a few different ways to eliminate clutter in your search results. Use the dropdown menu to choose one of four different filters:

GENERAL CRUFT – Removes eBay, Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, Walmart, Instagram, etc. Also attempts to use url patterns to remove some references to ecommerce and shopping.

ONLINE BOOKSTORES – Removes Amazon, Barnes And Noble, Abebooks, Thriftbooks, etc. Also removes a few ecommerce sites that have a lot of books.

SOCIAL MEDIA – Removes Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Reddit, LinkedIn, TikTok, Quora, etc.

VIDEO SITES – Removes YouTube, Vimeo, Twitch, TikTok, Instagram, and Dailymotion.

Just enter your query, choose a filter, and hit the Go button. Your completed search URL will open in a new tab. Note that the eliminated keywords and sites use up much of Google’s query limit, so please keep your query to ten words or less.



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