Brett_Tabke - 2:02 pm on Mar 15, 2010 (gmt 0)
related: "Eye Tracking Study Shows Real Time Results Ignored"
Users ignore "real time" results in searches. That's the conclusion of some eye-tracking studies carried out on people doing usability studies with Google results, and it might not be good news for Twitter - which has done deals with Google and Bing to let them index its content and serve it up in the results for searches. Google is reckoned to be paying $15m, and Bing $10m - though the length of the deal isn't known