A comment to this question says:
The reason such a problem even exist is because Google has assigned a high "value" to SE pages. If more than x% of SE is filled with lmgtfy, Google would soon self-adjust (by lowering SE's search ranking) and the problem would be solved. – Pacerier
This got me wondering about linking to other sites in large quantities, and whether this might have an impact on where Music.SE appears in search results. In particular, I link to Wikipedia with some regularity so that people who want to read more have a resource. I got the idea from other answers that did this too. But I had never considered that this practice might cause Music.SE pages to appear lower in Google search results. Is there any real risk of this, or is not an issue because it would require vastly more links to Wikipedia than currently exist?