internetheaven - 9:35 pm on Mar 15, 2010 (gmt 0)
Google is reckoned to be paying $15m, and Bing $10m - though the length of the deal isn't known
$25million to paint a spam target right on Twitter's back? That's pretty cheap!
I'm not a Twitter user so don't know if the quality of Twitter and the noise level has risen since Google spammers headed over there. Anyone noticed a sharp rise in nonsense/spam on Twitter since it started appearing in the SERPS?