Moé Moé Rabu Business Cards
Since the birth of Moé Moé Rabu, heck even since the old days of Adunitisity, the growth of this blog has indeed a somewhat exponential ride. Being a part of aggregators such as AnimeNano and the AnimeBlogger Antenna has indeed lead brought my most of my visitors, there are still those who don’t browse through the depths of the Internet. Over the past few months, I’ve had people ask me the URL to Moé Moé Rabu whenever it came up in our conversation and it becomes difficult for those to scribble it down let alone remember it.
Having attended SMASH last month, Slykura from Madman Entertainment brought up the idea of me getting business cards. Now that wasn’t too bad of an idea. He mentioned the idea of using Flickr and one of their affiliates to produce business cards. So a bit of researching and I came across MOO, which offer a service to print the pictures you upload to Flickr onto cards and various other items. This is what I produced:
I literally spent an entire weekend going through all my figure photography posts and picking out 20 photos to use as the image for my cards. For those who follow my blog, you’ll remember seeing some of those pictures, and it also made me see how much my photography style has changed. It also makes me wish I could go back and re-edit some of the photos, but meh, too lazy. Anyway, that is the backside of the card, what about the front?
Just the regular details that you see on a business card (minus the phone number). I was hoping to have a logo or some sort on the right side, but MOO minicards only allow text, plus the logos they have available all suck. Anyway, I now have 100 business cards with me to carry around, though I think I’ll be buying a card case so I can carry only a few around.
So why make such a thing? Well I think the idea of having a business card for my blog is good. It means that I can hand it out without the trouble of having to write it down or hope the person remembers. Another reason is that I would like people to see the photos I take of my figures or whatever else they see on my blog. With the upcoming conventions, Animania and Supanova, I’m sure there’ll be plenty of people wanting to see photos I take, and if I’m lucky, someone who’ll like my work and ask me to do some jobs for them. but yeah, 100 cards, I don’t think I’ll run out any time soon.