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No follow refers to nofollow links. It is a piece of HTML added to a hyperlink a rel=”nofollow” which informs a Search Engine to ignore this link and not pass on any link juice or strength. Google uses website links to it as a signal to be able to accurately list the correct websites on the first page of a search. So it is very possible that Google makes up its own mind on nofollow links (opp is ‘follow’ links). For example, the whole of Wikipedia’s external links are nofollow. Does this means Google ignores Wiki?