Top of the web – June 2017

Kia ora. Here’s our summary of the webpages, blog and social media posts that were popular in June.

Matariki storytimes - Row, row, row your waka
Matariki storytimes – Row, row, row your waka New Brighton Library. Tuesday 20 June 2017. Flickr 2017-06-20-IMG_0634

Website pages

There were 282,270 page views in June. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:

June’s popular blog posts

Popular blog posts published in June on the website:

Matariki 2017 Moata
Be in to win tickets to The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show Donna
Te Iwa o Matariki – The Nine Stars of Matariki Maatakiwi
KidsFest 2017 Donna
Winter sports in Canterbury: Ice skating Simon

Existing Matariki-related content like weaving whetu (stars) rated highly this month.

Photos on Flickr

There were 98,273 page views in June on Flickr. It now has a total of 6,528,095 views.

Top on Twitter

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Check it out! Peter Garrett, @clementine_ford, & @JohnSafran will be here for @WORDChCh #chchfest2017 events. ^DR

National Schools Poetry Award for Year 12 and 13 students, @ashleigh_young is the judge. Entries close 3 July. ^DR

Kia ora whānau! KidsFest tickets are on sale now – get in quick to book. So many coool activities and classes. ^DR

Facebook favourites

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Join in Matariki Toi – Community Art Project in the Library. Come along and weave a star. Materials are supplied, all you have to do is bring your creativity. Find out where and when. ^Donna

It is a truth universally acknowledged… that a Jane Austen fan must be in want of a cosy chair and some afternoon tea. We can provide both! On 18 July, the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s passing, we’ll be having an event for Jane-ites at Central Library Peterborough. Put it in your diaries now, gentlefolk (and don’t forget to book as places are limited). ^Moata

The trailer to the movie of my favourite book just came out today and it looks really spooky and kind of great (and it was filmed right here in Ōtautahi). What do you think of it, folks? ^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.

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