I do, but they were sent to me by FoodBuzz.com when I became a featured publisher. I love them! They have my name and URL. They're mini cards (half the size of regular business cards) and were printed by Moo. If I were getting them printed for myself, I would include a little more info (like twitter and etsy).
I am a featured publisher on Foodbuzz.com and they actually mail everyone featured publisher a box of business cards for free. I had no idea what to use them for until reading that they are for expos and meetings...since I don't go to those I guess it pretty useless but for those who do its great..they are super professional looking. They have my name, web addy, and the name of my blog.
I have a blog business card, as well as pens and rack cards. For myself (just for fun) I have a drink bottle, coffee mug, and tote bag. I am just starting out blogging and have a few ideas on where I wish to go with it all but am taking it one step at a time.
Like others have said, this is very important! We have special Blog Advertising Packages for our clients who wants to make sure their blog gives a professional impression. And if you only need the card done we fix that too, just send us an email :)
Absolutely--I have cards for both my "corporate" gigs and my personal blogs; On my own blogs, I've used founder, editor-in-chief; on the cards I've had for other companies, I've used blogger-in-chief, managing editor, content strategist--there are really many, many options. I'm fairly good at design, so I usually design my own cards and use Avery templates to print them out--it's super easy. Then, if I need larger quantities, I can always go to a Kinko's, Staples or even UPS stores sometimes and print the file there. The main thing is to ensure people can find you easily online--one thing to check out is the chi.mp site--you can place all your online activity in one place, like a dashboard, and get your own domain name--for free. Then, you can direct your biz card traffic there as well...just a thought!