Internet advertising is still a business finding its legs, but it is already an important part of most successful commercial sites. And for companies that are not Web-based, the Internet is now an important medium to consider for marketing strategies. In the second edition of Advertising on the Internet, authors and Net advertising professionals Robbin Zeff and Brad Aronson survey the current state of advertising online. Though many of the concepts the authors present are extensions of traditional advertising issues, the book offers a very comprehensive view of things; even seasoned Webmasters will learn from this title. The various advertising models and techniques are illustrated, with the balance of effectiveness versus user annoyance discussed frequently. In addition to the technical aspects of getting your word out on the Web, the book also covers special international considerations, legal restrictions and cautions, and targeting techniques, plus it includes a lengthy resource list. Zeff and Aronson's analysis of the Web details how to track site and user statistics to monitor usage patterns and ad effectiveness.