Clarence - 4:33 am on Nov 26, 2012 (gmt 0)
You can send traffic to pages with Adsense on them! Even Google Promotes using Adwords to drive traffic to pages with Adsense. They even send Adsense Advertisers $100 Adwords Coupons to promote their websites on Adwords.
As long as you're not doing Adsense Arbitrage "buying cheap click, putting a lot of Adsense units at the top of the pages pretending to be content to get clicks on higher paid ads".
Google and the advertisers don't care about the source of the Traffic "Organic, Facebook, Email, etc" they only care about the quality of the traffic. And if you're bidding on related Keyword terms and spending your own money, they will be super happy "but you will probably lose money, because search ads will cost more then the earnings on the content ads".
So yes you can bid on Adwords to send traffic to your Affiliate Review, and if a user visits another page, and if they click on a related ad, it won't be a problem at all, but you will lose money on the ad clicks. You will probably bid $0.50 per click and earn $0.25 per click.
Also, some advice from experience, the plan you're going after sucks!
Bidding for Affiliate product usually loses money because:
First. You're quality score will be crap making you spend a ton.
Second. The product owner themselves will forbid bidding on any good keyword terms and the available will be terrible.
Third. The conversion rate will suck, and cookie stuffing sites, tool bars, and adware will steal all of your commissions.
Fourth. It was never Legally successful. Most of the people who had successful were bidding on Trademark Names and pretending to be the brands.
But I would test it in your niche, but don't be shocked when you lose money and give tons of FREE "Paid for by you" traffic to your Affiliate programs.