eBiz Facts is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn a commission. Learn More

Virtual Babysitters Club Review (For Performers)

How much money do performers earn at Virtual Babysitters Club?

  • Katie Kinder

  • Performer at Virtual Babysitters Club
  • $18 – $90 per hour

How does Katie make money online?

Katie doesn’t really exist. She’s our avatar to represent a typical person working as a Performer at Virtual Babysitters Club.

Here’s a description of Virtual Babysitters Club from their homepage:

Virtual Babysitters Club was founded in the midst of the tragic COVID-19 pandemic to address two challenges: provide purpose-driven employment for talented, out-of-work performing artists, and help working-from-home parents facilitate engaging interactions for their kids while creating a little space to breathe.

These two videos will give you a good sense of the kind of work performers do via VBC:

As a performer at Virtual Babysitters Club, Katie would be considered a freelancer.

How much money does Katie make?

I looked through several of the different types of sessions available to book on the website, and saw prices ranging from $18 to $90 per hour.

Unfortunately, there’s no way to see if performers on VBC are actually getting hired at those rates. I also couldn’t find any info on fees you’d need to pay to VBC for work found through their platform.

What’s Katie’s background?

Katie would need to have some specific skills to become a performer at Virtual Babysitters Club.

On the performer application it’s stated that VBC matches “experienced performers and entertainers with children in order to help parents working from home!”

This is the list of skills you’re given to select from, which should give you an idea of what’s required:

Of course, for this kind of work it would also help immensely if you were good with children.

How to find work as a virtual babysitter?

You can try applying to Virtual Babysitters Club via the bottom of their homepage. If your application is accepted, you’ll be listed on the site and can start accepting bookings.

You could also try applying to a similar site called VeeBee (reviewed here).

What type of online business does Katie have?

According to our framework Katie would have a freelance business, which would be considered a Level 2 online business.

Other ways to make money online

There are many other ways to make money online, to work from home or anywhere in the world.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on reddit
Share on email
About The Author

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *