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 284,086 page views in April. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:
- Press Display about page (2nd last month)
- Kids browse page (5th last month)
- Books browse page (4th last month)
- School holidays! Holiday programmes, events, and activities (NEW)
- 2011 Canterbury earthquake for kids (1st last month)
- Anzac Day and Gallipoli: 25 April (NEW)
- Learning Centres (3rd last month)
- OverDrive About page (6th last month)
- Library and Learning Centre School Holiday Programmes (NEW)
- My account (8th last month)
April’s popular blog posts
On the Christchurch City Libraries blog – 42 posts published:
- Anzac Day in Christchurch and Canterbury 2016 Donna
- World Autism Awareness Day Jan-Hai
- NCEA Booklists Rachel
Photos on Flickr
There were 121,516 page views in April on Flickr. It now has a total of 5,392,516 page views.
Top on Twitter
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#chch school hols programmes & activities, including @ChchArtGallery & @ScienceAliveNZ ^DR
#nzmm begins with Kane Strang gig at @ChchArtGallery then sweet library gigs, plus @rdu985fm at @CantMuseum ^DR
Today: @Anika_Moa Songs for Bubbas show Shirley Intermediate Fri 22 April 10:30am. Tomorrow she’s at Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre 10:30am. ^DR
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Want to work with us? Then get in quick! These librarian vacancies close today. ^Moata
On 10 April 1968, during an exceptional storm, the inter-island ferry Wahine struck Barrett Reef in Wellington Harbour and capsized. 51 people died. http://my.christchurchcitylibraries.com/wahine/ There is an extraordinary set of images on DigitalNZ http://digitalnz.org/user_sets/503a95f212575773920029c8 ^Donna
120 years ago today an historic meeting of New Zealand women, including Kate Sheppard, took place in Christchurch. Their goals were things like a minimum wage, and women being allowed to serve on juries! Oh, how far we’ve come. ^Moata
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.