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Although I always suggest that PeerFly publishers learn how to create their own landing pages, it’s not always necessary. Direct linking is also common practice among affiliate marketers. Instead of creating a landing page and directing traffic to the offer through that, you simply use your affiliate link (Short Link or Long Link on PeerFly) and send the visitor directly to the offer. In some cases though, the company you are using to promote the offers will not allow you to use a direct affiliate link. For example, Facebook does not allow PeerFly publishers to directly link our offers using the peerfly.com affiliate link. So, what can you do if this is the case? IFrame it!
IFraming an affiliate offer
With PeerFly, you are more than welcome to iframe any offer we have as long as it is not specifically restricted in the Marketing Restrictions. Also, you need to iframe 100% of the offer landing page. I will explain and demonstrate this below, but it’s important to remember. But, what exactly is an iframe?
It’s an HTML element that allows to to frame a document within a document or a webpage within a webpage. In the example below, I take my affiliate link and place it within ipad2.html to make it look like ipad2.html is actually the affiliate offer page.
HTML to iframe an affiliate offer
The HTML for iframing is actually very simple. You can find the source for my sample page at:
You can view what it will look like here:
It is important thing to remember is to remove the page margin, which I did in the example within the <style> tags. You can remove all other margin and borders with frameborder=”0″, marginheight=”0″, and marginwidth=”0″ otherwise the page framed will look funny. Make sure you keep the width and height of the iframe at 100% as well. Of course, change the links to the pages being iframed (my peerfly.com short links) to your own unless you want me to get credit for your traffic.
That pretty much explains how to iframe a CPA offer. Please let me know if you have any questions.