Monday, October 25, 2010

Bathroom Blogfest 2010: Monday Highlights

Bathroom Blogfest 2010
Day One of Bathroom Blogfest 2010 is over [just about on the East Coast] and what an incredible start to the event!

Before listing today's posts, I want to thank several Bathroom Blogfest friends for helping to get the word out about Bathroom Blogfest 2010.

Special thanks to Chris Moline from Alexandria Carpet One who took me up on my challenge to get involved!  He wrote "Stuck in the 60s?" inspired by Mad Men - this will be fun!

Shannon Bilby can always be counted on! In My Big Bob's Flooring Outlet Blog she wrote Bathroom Blogfest Announcement, on From the Floors Up Bathroom Blogfest 2010, on Dolphin Carpet and Tile Bathroom Blogfest 2010 and on Carpets N More, Bathroom Blogfest Announcement.

Big thanks to Bill Buyok who wrote on the Avente Tile Talk Blog Press Release: Avente Tile will Participate in Bathroom Blogfest 2010

Moving on to today's Bathroom Blogfest activity which is wildly creative!

David Reich wrote on My 2 Cents Bathroom Blogfest: Some Pay for Captive Audience.

Renee LeCroy from Your Fifth Wall asked Are You Overdue for a Bathroom Redo?

Steve Tokar in Please Be Seated discussed Bathroom Blogfest 2010: back to the 60s.

Valerie Fritz in the AwarepointBlog highlighted Customer Experience in Hospitals: Why Bathrooms Matter!

Paul Anater in Kitchen and Residential Design Blog wrote Still stuck in the 60s? That may not be a bad thing...

Jeanne Byington in The Importance of Earnest Service offered bathroom perspective and advice in Service of Nostalgia.

Joseph Michelli wrote about Quality Toilet Paper on Dr. Joseph Michelli's Blog.

Christine Whittemore [yes, me] contributed New Jersey's Best Bathrooms: Bathroom Blogfest 2010 on the Smoke Rise & Kinnelon Blog, reminded us in Flooring The Consumer that Water Matters. Bathroom Blogfest 2010 and put forth a content plan for the week on Simple Marketing Blog in Bathroom Blogfest 2010 Begins.

BTW, I'm worried that Leigh Durst from LivePath Experience Architect Weblog who has just been called into a work emergency won't be as involved in Bathroom Blogfest 2010 as she had hoped to be. To send her beneficial and productive good wishes, I thought I would share with you her classic from 2005: Bathroom Usability.

Finally here is the Twitter Transcript for #BathroomEXP from October 18, 2010 to October 24, 2010.

One more piece of good news:  another blogger, Jennifer Boyd from Secrets in San Diego has joined Bathroom Blogfest 2010! Welcome, Jennifer.

Happy Bathroom Blogfest 2010!


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