So I've affiliate offer which I promote through content sites, which I keep track of conversions by using redirects. For any given affiliate link in my content, the link would look like this: mymoneysite.com/offers/my-offer-url/ where any time someone requests a url with /offers/ in it, I know they've clicked an affiliate link. Pretty standard setup I feel like, I know looots of people doing the same thing. Something I've notice lately however, is that these urls are getting indexed by google, and are actually ranking for certain keywords. All the meta information for the search result comes from the page that I've redirected to (the affiliate offer) such as price, rating, description, etc... So effectively my site is ranking for products, when it is just a review-type site. I have like 10-15 posts, but like 75+ indexed pages in google, many of which are really affiliate offer landing pages, but with my redirect link. I've certainly done the rank a page, then 301 it to an affiliate offer before, which has the same end result. This is somehow ranking individual links on my pages as separate pages in SERPs. I'm not complaining, but this hasn't been part of my plan. Has anyone else seen this? Is anyone else doing this?