I was curious about this awhile ago, but I didn't pursue it enough. A few years ago, I was doing okay on Clickbank when I ran into a problem. Someone who came across my affiliate link went to the checkout page, found my affiliate ID, and reported me to Clickbank for spamming, and I was shut down. At the time, I was iframing the direct link, and just dropping my cookie as an image, like this. Code: <img height="1px" width="1px" src="http://affiliate.vendor.hop.clickbank.net" /> The problem was, no matter what, my affiliate ID was still always (and still is) available at the bottom of the checkout page. It got me thinking. If I could send each "hop" to the site with a different cookie, then even if I was reported, Clickbank might shut down that one account, but I'd still be okay with the rest. It wouldn't kill my promotion for the rest of the day. So I guess my question is, does anyone out there know how this can be done? Since the images aren't really "images," I wasn't sure if a normal PHP image rotator would work (or how to set it up). I'd want it to be able to handle a large list, as I'd be adding new affiliate links to it constantly. Is it doable? I suppose it would look something like this: Code: <img src="http://affiliate1.vendor.hop.clickbank.net" /> <img src="http://affiliate2.vendor.hop.clickbank.net" /> <img src="http://affiliate3.vendor.hop.clickbank.net" /> <img src="http://affiliate4.vendor.hop.clickbank.net" /> (you get the idea) The more links possible, the better. Doable? If so, how?