Help Wanted: Twitter Seeks Staff Who Can Shake Its Monetizer

Twitter is looking for money-makers. The microblogging service, which has convinced close to 60 million people to communicate in 140 characters or less, is said to have big dreams for 2010, with speculation ranging from an acquisition by Google (GOOG) to initial public offering ambitions. The company's major challenge, however, is bringing revenue in the door. Despite the reports of Twitter's profitability that circulated the week before Christmas, it's more likely the company is still operating in the red. So now, the company is looking for people who specialize in making money.