Google is experimenting with yet another new search feature called Google Preferred Sites. If you’re one of the lucky few to have this option show up in your search preferences you can start taking advantage of this feature right now, but most of you will probably have to wait for Google to roll it out.
How it works is when you’re logged in with your Google account you can specify your favorite domains, which will then take precedence when performing searches on Google. It’s basically a way for you to have the sites you trust the most towards the top of your search results.
I actually can’t wait to get this feature. It says that the service will also be able to recommend links to be added by scanning through your Google Search History (if enabled). The only thing it sounds like it’s missing is the ability to block domains all together. Their SearchWiki will let you block specific results, but not entire domains.
What do you think? Is this something that you’d actually find useful?