Top of the web – February 2015

Kia ora. We explore what Christchurch City Libraries’ webpages and blog posts and social media postings were popular each month – so we can learn more about what our customers are interested in.

Chinese calligraphy - Chinese Lunar New Year festivities at Upper Riccarton Library

Chinese calligraphy banner – Chinese Lunar New Year festivities at Upper Riccarton Library, 21 February 2015. Flickr: P1040966.JPG

Website pages

There were 282,684 page views in February. The most popular pages:

  1. Kids browse page (1st last month)
  2. Books browse page (2nd last month)
  3. PressDisplay online resource (7th last month)
  4. My account (3rd last month)
  5. Learning Centres (new)
  6. New titles (5th last month)
  7. 22 February 2011 Canterbury earthquake for kids (new)
  8. PressDisplay about (4th last month)
  9. OverDrive online resource (6th last month)

February’s popular blog posts

48 posts published:

Photos on Flickr

There were 125,635 views in February.
Flickr is at 4,064,950 page views.

Reading to dogs

12 February 2015. Reading to dogs. Papanui Library. Flickr: 2015-02-12-IMG_5126

Top on Twitter

We have 3447 followers.

The Press is now digitised on @PapersPastNZ from 25 May 1861 to 10 Dec 1935. A mere 22,335 issues #chch ^DR

We’re working on a page on Christchurch street art. Here’s a @digitalnz set of #chch pics ^DR

Fascinating: #chch #eqnz tweets. Analysing “963,795 tweets through key words, hashtags & prolific users”. ^DR

Facebook favourites

We have 3998 likes.

Kids are loving Reading to Dogs! Here are some pics of Noddy having stories told to her, yesterday at Papanui Library. Find out more about this superfun programme. ^Donna

A customer suggested we need more of this in our displays – what do you think? I think the cookbook section might be a good place to start (or is that just me?) ^Lisa

12.51pm 22 February 2011. Our clocks stopped.

Our love goes out to people who lost whanau and friends, and suffer and grieve.

Our love to those struggling still.

Our love to everyone rebuilding, and good people busy revitalising their communities.

Arohanui Ōtautahi. ^Donna

If you are interested in how we derive our rankings, we measure page views on our website, reach for Facebook posts, and impressions for tweets.

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