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I got lucky with CreamAid

CreamAid usually sucks. And I mean really sucks. Its hard to grab the job offers and they run out very fast. That, plus the scarcity of the available offers make you run to other paid blogging programmes that are not only more frequent, but lucrative as well.

However just now I somehow got lucky and I did manage to grab an offer. Here is the screenshot of the confirmation page:


But I suggest that you should not waste your time with CreamAid, unless you really, really have nothing better to do (like me!). Focus on the other paid blogging services.


  1. Fahmishah
    Fahmishah May 2, 2007

    walla!~~ good job for you menj!~

  2. sss1979
    sss1979 May 3, 2007

    yeah… this really teruk.. I dont like it.

  3. Mc L
    Mc L July 19, 2012

    I just went around couple businesses the other day and I am just staring to fill out all the applications. I was wondering how to deny the job offers of the ones I least like to work at in order to work at the place I’d prefer the most? Thanks in advance.

    P.S. This is my first time looking for jobs; as you can see I’m quite unexperienced. I’d appreciate it if you are able to specifically give me some helpful advices.

  4. RxP DarkBox
    RxP DarkBox July 25, 2012

    If you have 3 job offers and more interviews

    Why do you do?

    How do you pick the best job ?

  5. Only Business
    Only Business August 9, 2012

    I am thinking about going to Life Pacific College and I want to know more about the experience while you were at school and what types of job offers you have had after graduating. This would be very helpful.

  6. Alun J
    Alun J August 9, 2012

    i am starting out as a trainee legal sec. my current job employer is saying he will take me on full-time for 17k a year, but i have another offer of 18k a year. however, the new job might be much harder and i might not like it, i dont want to risk chosing the 18k one, and then being jobless cause i didnt like it or they didnt like me. what should i do, please give me your honest opinon.

  7. altair
    altair August 10, 2012

    ok say your 15 and you have two job offers one with your aunt at a bakery and one as a dishwasher. the one with the aunt is in another town and the dish washing job is practicly across the road which one would you take

  8. Melanie
    Melanie August 18, 2012

    Ok so my boyfriend graduated with his masters degree last month and has been trying super hard to find a job and just updated his staus on facebook saying he got 2 job offers today. What should I say? A bunch of people have already commented on his status. And I wanna say something but I’m really bad at this kind of thing. Please help! Please and thanks.

  9. Disrae
    Disrae September 6, 2012

    What is the best way to say you don’t want the job offer after all because you want to stay with your current company because they are going to match the pay? I need help ASAP!

  10. Xbox Gamer
    Xbox Gamer September 17, 2012

    I have a good paying job that I enjoy. BUT there is such a shortage of qualified canidates in my field, that I am getting several job offers from other companies that are just as stable, plus they are offering perks, such as sign on bonuses, paid insurance, company car, flexiable hours, and of course more money. And where I am now is not going to ever give me that. But the down side is that I will have to drive further. And start over in a new company. If I talked to any of the other companies, am I being disloyal to my current one?

  11. white man
    white man October 4, 2012

    What is wrong with our society when every day upstanding individuals who are just trying to make it in the world can’t get anyone to hire them, but someone who murders their own child (Casey Anthony) gets HUNDREDS of job offers and prospects to million dollar book deals and contracts?

    Don’t we have any morals left in our society? Seriously, what have we become?

  12. Sergeant Pickle
    Sergeant Pickle October 7, 2012

    I am applying to a position whose description mentions that the candidate must be able to interact effectively with scientists because of the technical nature of some of the job’s aspects. I am not a scientist, but am pretty knowledgeable about the sciences, enough so that I have gotten a couple job offers in the past that also required a science background. I would like to mention these job offers – just general information, not the company names – to show that I’ve gone through this vetting process before and found to have an adequate science background. Would this be okay?

  13. musicistabest
    musicistabest October 21, 2012

    Most of us have received or seen one of these work at home offers on a job website or in the paper but has anyone tried it? Is it legitament? Do they work? Anyone know of any of them that is worth looking into?

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