Aweber Popover/Lightbox forms on Adwords pages ?

by rjay 1 replies
Does anyone know if I can use Aweber's Popover or Lightbox forms on pages that receive Adwords PPC traffic ?

I know that Popups are against their T&C's but I wasn't sure about Popovers and Lightboxes ...
#search engine optimization #adwords #aweber #forms #pages #popover or lightbox
  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't.

    If it floats, you may get away with it. Subtle
    difference between a popup and that.

    Try it and see. Then you will 100% for sure know
    that they way you are doing it is against TOS.

    Paul
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