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Once in a while, I am invited to an event to review on my blog.

One event was a convention - booth - style thing...and a few of the "booths" asked for my business card (when they saw my media tag).

Does anyone have a business card for their blog? What would you/do you put as your title (i.e. head blogger, founder, owner?)?

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I have one and actually did a post on my blog about them because I think they are starting to be pretty popular. http://southernstuf.blogspot.com/2009/01/blog-cards-new-calling-car...
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).

April
www.AprilsLittleFamily.blogspot.com
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 do but haven't been too many places to have the opportunity to give them out.
I have mini Moos that I like but felt I wanted a full size card to hold a little more info without looking cramped.


I do, I got it when Champagne Living got it's makeover. It's come in VERY handy.

Zippy
What's a blog business card? I would totally make one.
I used the following link to get really cute cards and the best part, they were free:

http://www.marketsplash.com/res/free-business-cards-splash.html

My suggestion about what to put on your card is to figure out what you'd like others to know. What works for one blogger might not work for you.

Always include information you wouldn't mind others knowing about. More than anything your name, number, email and blog URL is a definite must :)

Good Luck!
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.

You can get a lot of different free products from Vista Print, including upgrades for no cost. Cafe Press is a good source, too. I did a post on my blog about using the free products at http://www.professionalfamilymanager.com/2009/04/taking-care-of-you... .
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!
chi.mp is a great utility if you have multiple accounts with online social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. With chi.mp you can look at a snapshot of all of those accounts at once... cutting down on the time you have to spend on each account individually. I would recommend chi.mp for anyone who is very active in social media. Otherwise... you probably don't need it yet. It is FREE... so you may want to head over there and at least secure the screen name you'd like to have!

~ChitChatMom
Thank you! I am in the process of ordering new cards and wondered what exactly to put on or omit from the cards! :)

p.s. Do you think people/companies "FROWN" on the FREE cards?

I'm in the market to get mine from marketsplash (FREE BAAAAABY) or VistaPrint.

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