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Internet Content Curators

Employment Prospects


Many Internet content curators are self-employed. They make a living by charging subscription fees for access to their sites or e-mail newsletters, selling advertising at their Web sites, or selling books or other content at their sites. Others are employed by businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies that want to increase the number of visitors to their sites, sell more products or services to their customers, or simply develop a reputation for providing useful resources to site visitors. Some curators work for social media marketing or content curation firms that provide curation services to organizations.  

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