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It's Sounds Like the Banner is for a sales page and it requires link juice to perform higher in serp's (If you want to rank your landing page in google) Nofollow is good for some out bound links but, for every internal link it must be a dofollow link so that the link juice should follow from page to page.
rel="nofollow" is not meant to prevent indexing of the linked page as that is the way that Google locates new pages on the internet. All it does is tell Google not to pass link juice to that linked page in an attempt to mitigate link spamming. The only way to block those old pages from Google would be to add each one to your robots.txt file as a disallowed ...
The meta robots tag applies to the whole page. If you add the <META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="INDEX, NOFOLLOW"> to the page then first of all it won't work as it is incorrect, secondly the links will in fact be followed. To prevent links from being indexed the only way if they are not linking to other pages within your site is to use the rel="nofollow" ...
Should I nofollow and/or noindex links that are not cached? At this point of time adding the nofollow to the anchor tags and the noindex to the non-cacheable links in your situation is a good idea. What I would suggest is to evaluate the (what I believe to be) tiny pages that indicate features of the item such as color and price, and if they don't have ...
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