FoodBuzz – food community that food bloggers ought to belong

moo minicards

Foodbuzz sent me some moo minicards today and I am so happy. In fact, I had been staring at these cute moo minicards and cannot stop looking through all the lovely photos the card is printed on. The moo minicards are printed and handpacked in London, England. The Foodbuzz mail came from the USA. Wow, how often do you get international like these, huh?

The cards are printed and given to me for free. If you are a food blogger, you ought to send your food blog and get it evaluated by Foodbuzz and see if it qualifies to join the food community.

moo minicards

Now I can freely and proudly distribute my calling cards. I do not like people to know my personal blog URL so revealing my food blogs are the best option.

Does your food blog has what it takes to be Foodbuzz community of excellent food bloggers? Find out by submitting your food or wine blog to foodbuzz .

Post Author: lilian

11 thoughts on “FoodBuzz – food community that food bloggers ought to belong


    (April 11, 2008 - 12:16 am)

    I’ve been very happy with Foodbuzz myself. My earnings were good and the people are very nice. They have a large active community and I’ve already made several foodie friends!

    Gus Direct

    (April 11, 2008 - 5:41 am)

    That is a great idea, and I love the boxes they come in. I just hope you have a better experience with Food Bloggers than I have.


    (April 11, 2008 - 9:02 am)

    Moo cards? catchy, very catcy, they are so good at marketing strategies, very win-win
    Nice printed calling cards, not those cheapskate stuff u get in malaysia.
    And yes, your personal blog very controversial, but good reading stuff.


    (April 11, 2008 - 1:50 pm)

    But they don’t allow Nuffnang to co-exist with FoodBuzz’s.. :(

    Felex Tan

    (April 11, 2008 - 5:52 pm)

    The card’s design is unique.


    (April 12, 2008 - 8:24 am)

    vkeong : Scrap Nuffnang. Their payout is pittance compared to Foodbuzz. That’s why I threw Nuffnang out.


    (April 12, 2008 - 11:22 am)

    vkeong – Pablo’s idea is good, you know? You can take it for a ride for one or two months and then, evaluate it.

    felex – Yes, it is so nice.

    andrew – It is really classy and unique

    Gus Direct – Foodbuzz is a very serious establishment and very organised with editors and staffs.

    Lori – It is one of the best around and I hope they maintain that standard. LOL, now I have to make my blog posts more decent as well.


    (April 12, 2008 - 3:44 pm)

    Ok, will try out Foodbuzz after my NN’s campaign ends next week



    (April 17, 2008 - 2:56 am)

    Those boxes look really nice. That’s awesome that you got to join the community.


    (April 1, 2009 - 7:41 pm)

    I just realize they pay to traffic from US only, other country not counted.


    (April 2, 2009 - 2:36 pm)

    d_luaz – Most of the banner ads companies do that. Even Chitika Premium does it. So, I usually tell people in my country or in Asia not to bother with targetting local traffic if they have intention to make money. Like for example, I have a blog with only a few hundred unique hits and yet, it earns much more than my personal blog which has five digits numbers.

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