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.
There were 303,827 page views in March. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:
- 22 March 2011 Canterbury earthquake for kids (4th last month)
- Press Display about page (3rd last month)
- Learning Centres (9th last month)
- Books browse page (5th last month)
- Kids browse page (7th last month)
- OverDrive About page (NEW)
- New titles (NEW)
- My account (NEW)
- Library book sales (NEW)
- New Zealand disasters (NEW)
March’s popular blog posts
On the Christchurch City Libraries blog – 32 posts published:
Photos on Flickr
There were 79,858 page views in March on Flickr. It now has a total of 5,271,000 page views.
Top on Twitter
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“when in broken places, sometimes, often, it is important to just get moving” : @mojgani on #chch & New Orleans. https://my.christchurchcitylibraries.com/blogs/post/a-new-chapter-an-interview-with-anis-mojgani/ ^DR
Things we love about Anis @mojgani – a librarianly tribute. https://t.co/0fIIh94d7o ^DR https://twitter.com/ChristchurchLib/status/712385374329380865/photo/1
A controversial graphic novel on biblical representations of prostitution in Bible by Chester Brown. https://christchurch.bibliocommons.com/item/show/922230037 #newtitles ^DR
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The Obamas reading Where the Wild Things Are to kids at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Ka rawe storytelling! http://www.buzzfeed.com/davidmack/obama-faces ^Donna
The Glue Brothers built beautiful Christchurch houses in Fendalton back in the 1920s and 30s. http://my.christchurchcitylibraries.com/the-glue-brothers/ Take a look at some of their work. ^Donna
Masha explores the importance of reading in childhood, and the magic of Margaret Mahy. https://my.christchurchcitylibraries.com/blogs/post/margarey-mahy-and-the-importance-of-childhood-reading/ ^Donna
If you are interested in how we derive our rankings, we measure page views on our website, organic reach for Facebook posts, and impressions for tweets.