It was only a year ago that the Internet ad industry was in an uproar over Procter & Gamble's click-through policy. Although the marketer was expressing a perfectly rational desire--to have more control over its Internet ad expenditures--many media sites screamed bloody murder. They didn't want to be held accountable for the success or failure of their clients' advertising.
Fast-forward to April 1997, and the Internet ad industry is verging on another uproar. Major marketers and Internet ad agencies are starting to serve their own advertising to Web sites.
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Copyright April 1997, Crain Communications Inc.