Content Curator

We are living in the age of the internet. And any brand that wants to stay relevant has to build a successful online presence that delivers engaging information to its audience. That’s where content curators come in. Content Curator VBOs scour the internet to find articles, blogs, videos, and images on a particular topic.

They then share that information in an easy-to-navigate collection online via social media feeds and blogs. If you love research and social media, becoming a content curator could a great fit for you.


You’ve been to a museum right? Museums display beautiful art and interesting artifacts in collections to draw in visitors. Every item on exhibit was hand selected by a curator. Museum curators consult with other museums, galleries and collectors to acquire items for display. The job requires meticulous research skills and a keen eye. Likewise, content curators consult with brands, influencers, and online authorities to find relevant info to share online. Content creators can host and share content on their own website or feeds, but they often work with clients. Content curators help businesses build their online presence by supplying a steady stream of content that audiences will interact with online. Successful Content Curators should be able to find relevant information that is interesting, timely and helpful to the intended audience. Not every post, article or video is worth sharing — prudent content curators only share the best of the best.

Here are just a few reasons you should consider becoming a Content Curator VBO:

  • Lots of businesses need help building their online presence.
  • It’s a great opportunity for researchers who like organizing information.
  • There’s an abundance of information to be sourced online.

Here is an example of a VBO Niche for a Content Curator
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Primary Niche

Content Curator

SUB Niche

​Content Curator For Travel Agents

VBO Niche

Content Curator For Travel Agents Who Work With Honeymooning Couples

We provide some great resources to help you get up and running as a Content Curator. If you have questions about becoming a Content Curator, feel free to head over to our Groups and ask there!


  • Narrow down topics and themes for blogs, websites, and social media feeds.
  • Research and find well-written information on the topics and themes.
  • Compile information onto client websites and blogs.
  • Develop keywords and phrases for topics and themes for research purposes.
  • Define content standards for publishing.
  • Determine publishing schedule for each topic or theme.
  • Review content analytics and adjust content accordingly.


Our research shows the hourly rate charged by VBOs ranges from $30.00 to $90.00. However, the majority seemed to land in the $35.00 to $55.00 per hour range. Factors affecting this variance include geographic location, experience, and level of expertise.



Hubspot's blog is required reading for every good content curator. Hubspot is an industry leader that provides great advice for curators.


Curata's blog is a great place for any marketer. They provide ample inspiration for strategy, industry updates, and more.



Udemy is a great site for VBOs to sharpen their skills. Their classes typically range from $10.00 - $200.00. However, they are known to have frequent sales where with virtually all lessons as low as $10.00.


Skillshare is an online learning community with classes in that are often helpful for VBOs focused design, business, tech, and more.


Lynda has been around a long time and might just be one of the granddaddies of online training. Pretty much all courses are well-vetted and professionally done. While their courses may be a little more expensive, they are top quality. Since they were recently acquired by LinkedIn, some premium accounts get access to Lynda at no additional charge, which is a great deal.







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