I've been reading so much BHW stuff that I'm no longer sure what's legit or isn't with CPA. (and I'm not about to ask my AFF manager: can I do THIS?) Let's say I want to do a PPC campaign for an email submit offer. I pay adwords to drive traffic to a URL of my choosing. 1. It would be nice if I could just direct link to the offer. Google doesn't like that because the destination URL is already being used somewhere in adwords. Fine. 2. Next best thing: I iframe the same offer page on one of my pages with my affiliate link. (and do a double refresh meta) This seems to get to the point, which is having someone sign up for whatever. * Is this normally how it's done? * Or because I've hung out here for so long, I only think that's the case? My affiliate network endorses this or frowns on this? What do they care? I'm sending them targeted traffic. 3. I make my own redundant landing page, pay for PPC traffic, just to convince someone to go to the affiliate landing page. Is this what the affiliate networks expect me to do? (other than embed links or banners on my pages) This seems like such a pain in the ass just to get someone to sign up with an email - which is nicely done with an iframe...or direct linking. I recently got accepted to an affiliate program, and I don't want to immediately start with a BH method and get flagged even before I make a dime.