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 263,936 page views in October. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:
- Canterbury earthquake info for kids (3rd last month)
- Press Display about page (2nd last month)
- Hornby Library (4th last month)
- Books browse page (5th last month)
- My account (6th last month)
- OverDrive about page (8th last month)
- Learning Centres (9th last month)
- Christchurch Photo Hunt (NEW)
- New titles (NEW)
- New Zealand disasters (NEW) .
October’s popular blog posts
On the Christchurch City Libraries blog – 69 posts published.
- Photo Hunt October: At the pub, 1970s Sue
- Diwali – The Festival of Lights Simon
- NCEA Booklists Rachel
Photos on Flickr
There were 72,674 page views in October on Flickr. It now has a total of 5,884,959 page views.
Top on Twitter
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What’s going on behind those fences on Cathedral Sq? The beginnings of your new library! #newCentralLibrary ^MT https://t.co/Wr7yGPFST2
We have 5826 likes. Like us on Facebook.
Book in now for one of two special storytimes session on the Botanic Gardens caterpillar during Beca Heritage Week. Revisit childhood classic stories, rhymes and ditties!
UPDATE: Both sessions are now fully booked. 12:35pm 6/10/2016
What’s going on behind those big fences at the Cathedral Square, Colombo, Gloucester corner?
The beginnings of your new central library, that’s what!
Learn more about what’s planned on our website http://my.christchurchcitylibraries.com/central-library/ ^Moata
Today is the 100th anniversary of the suburb of Opawa officially becoming part of Christchurch city. Read all about it in the newspaper of the day http://ow.ly/zNHC304FBhy
Image: The Opawa coach waiting to depart in Cathedral Square : in background is Mortens Building (United Service Hotel), 1905 http://ow.ly/lgxb304FBS4 ^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.