Attack Splog by paying the spammers

Mitch Ratcliffe's proposal to fight spam would pour money into the pockets of spammers.
Stephen Baker

Mitch Ratcliffe proposes clicking like mad on the links on spam blogs. (From Doc Searls). The idea: It will cost the advertisers money and discourage them from the dubious medium. But in the process, it pours money into the pockets of the spammers. My question. Ratcliffe says that Adsense per-click costs for the keyword Vioxx, for example, top $16.50. How much of that would the spammer receive?

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