Read the full article by Curtis Silver at Forbes.com

 

CamSoda is hiring for what it calls “CamSoda’s Camming Connoisseur (CCC)” (NSFW) and the job posting is exactly what you’d expect from a cam site trying to make its mark. It alludes to a realistic job that could and should exist within a growing tech sub-industry, yet the job description itself seems a bit disingenuous.

Like watching porn? Want to do it for a living and get handsomely rewarded for it? Apply to be CamSoda’s Camming Connoisseur (CCC). CCC will anonymously engage with adult models in private camming sessions and then write a verified review for the site. As an anonymous user, models will deliver uninfluenced performances that will yield more accurate reviews. Key performance metrics include — but are not limited to — quality of orgasm, ability to talk dirty, use of toys and time to ejaculation. Review subjects will be assigned by CamSoda to ensure a variety of girls are being reviewed. The work is inherently rewarding and the hours are flexible — CCCs work from the comfort of their homes.

Frankly, I can’t tell if this is a real job or simply an attempt at cheeky press, or both. If the latter, then I suppose CamSoda is getting what it desires with the 700 or so words I’ve propped up here. They assure me however, that this is not only a real position within the growing company, but comes with a nice salary of $69k annually, which kind of further obfuscates the validity of it.

“While some people may perceive this job posting cheeky in nature, I can assure you it is completely legitimate and that we at CamSoda are looking to fill this position with a qualified candidate ASAP,” Daryn Parker, VP, CamSoda tells me via email. “Just like any other site — Amazon, etc. — it’s important that reviews/ratings are readily available. We want to provide our users with the best bang for their buck. Not only do ratings/review help pair them with the perfect model but it also keeps our roster of models accountable for their performances and, if their review/rating is low, gives them something to aspire to. It’s mutually beneficial all around.”