Top of the web – March 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.
Book sale

Christchurch City Libraries Book Sale. Pioneer Recreation and Sport Centre. Thursday 19 March 2015. Flickr 2015-03-19-IMG_6367

Website pages

There were 333,542 page views in March. The most popular pages:

  1. Library book sales (new)
  2. 22 February 2011 Canterbury earthquake for kids (7th last month)
  3. Kids browse page (1st last month)
  4. Learning Centres (5th last month)
  5. Books browse page (2nd last month)
  6. PressDisplay about (8th last month)
  7. My account (4th last month)
  8. Anzac Day and Gallipoli (new)
  9. PressDisplay online resource (3rd last month)
  10. OverDrive online resource (9th last month)

March’s popular blog posts

47 posts published:

Photos on Flickr

There were 175,354 views in March (approximately 50,000 more than in February).

Flickr is at 4,240,304 page views.

Top on Twitter

We have 3496 followers.

Ooooh @AklWritersFest Twitter sesh starring @nzdodo & @publicaddress & Simon Wilson editor of @MetroMagNZ http://t.co/zxzVGfRcJX ^DR

Russell Brown – Mr @publicaddress – on 80s #chch music. A free @chchartgallery event on Weds 11 March. http://t.co/jM0F5NC5ei ^DR

Guess who’s coming to #chch? @WORDChCh’s splendid Autumn events incl. Sir @davidwalliams http://t.co/W5WOHVxrpJ  ^DR http://t.co/rP15UpNHOU

Facebook favourites

We have 3891 likes.

Feast your eyes upon your New Central Library / Ngā Kete Wānanga o Ōtautahi http://ow.ly/KNYPo It is due to open early in 2018. ^Donna

Kia ora. Do you want to be on our team (our team)? There are library assistant positions available at Christchurch City Libraries, and a Team Leader role. Apply this week! Find out more http://www.cccjobs.co.nz/jobs/search… ^Donna

“Five-year-old Charlie Brown did not send Noddy, the white boxer, to sleep, during his first 15-minute session at the library. Instead, he captured Noddy’s full attention as he read him a picture book called Training Ruby.” Our Reading for Dogs programme was in The Press today. http://ow.ly/JZbbn Find out more http://ow.ly/JZaHX ^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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