Top of the web – May 2017

Kia ora. The latest information on what webpages and blog posts were popular in May.

Matariki display, New Brighton Library
Matariki display, New Brighton Library, June 2017. Flickr 2017-06-NB-IMG_0531

Website pages

There were 294,186 page views in May. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:

  1. Learning Centres (8th last month)
  2. About PressReader (formerly PressDisplay) (2nd last month)
  3. eResources (3rd last month)
  4. Canterbury earthquakes (for kids) (NEW)
  5. Books browse page (5th last month)
  6. Hornby Library (4th last month)
  7. My account (NEW)
  8. New Zealand disasters (NEW)
  9. Kids browse page (6th last month)
  10. About OverDrive (7th last month)

Also highly placed this month – Samoan Language Week – Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa, Matariki for kids, Lynda, Zinio, and the FAQ Is there a Justice of the Peace (JP) at the library?

May’s popular blog posts

Popular blog posts published in May on the website:

Photos on Flickr

There were 91,316 page views in May on Flickr. It now has a total of 6,429,822 views.

Top on Twitter

We have 4612 followers. Follow us on Twitter.

Photos from last night’s great @Beathhigh Ian Rankin @WORDChCh event. ^DR

The @WORDChCh Autumn Season starts tomorrow with Ian Rankin @Beathhigh Read our Festy coverage here: ^DR

Going to @JamesGleick tonight at @WORDChCh? Fee has timey-wimey thoughts, & some tv, movie, & book picks. ^DR

Facebook favourites

We have 7030 likes. Like us on Facebook.

We have permanent part-time and full-time library assistant jobs available at Fendalton, Halswell, Linwood, and New Brighton Libraries – have a look.
Applications close 21 May. ^Donna

Take a peek at the progress on our 3 upcoming libraries:
The new Central Library
Bishopdale Library and Community Centre
Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre
^Donna

Kia ora. We have permanent part-time and fixed term part-time jobs for library shelvers at Linwood, Spreydon, Fendalton, and Papanui Libraries. Find out more.
Applications close Tuesday 30 May. ^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.

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