Kia ora. Here’s our summary of the webpages, blog and social media posts that were popular in September.
There were 306,040 page views in September. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:
- About PressReader (formerly PressDisplay) (1st last month)
- My account (2nd last month)
- 22 February 2011 Canterbury earthquake for kids (4th last month)
- Justices of the Peace (7th last month)
- Medical inventions (10th last month)
- About Tūranga – Tūranga opening – Friday 12 October 1pm (6th last month)
- School holidays! Holiday programmes, events, and activities – October 2018 (NEW)
- Learning Centres (5th last month)
- Fun for kids (9th last month)
- Books browse page (NEW)
Other popular pages: Te Wiki o te Reo Māori and Tūranga information was popular this month.
September’s popular blog posts
Popular blog posts published in September on the website:
- Te Wiki o te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week Moata (August)
- The Great Library Seed and Plant Swap 2018 Moata (August)
- 庆祝2018年新西兰中文周Celebrations in New Zealand Chinese Language Week 2018 Hong
- Suffrage 125 in Ōtautahi – celebrating women winning the right to vote in 19 September 1893 Donna
- International Day of Older Persons and the Positive Ageing Expo – Monday 1 October 2018 Donna
- Helen Clark: WORD Christchurch Andrew
The Suffrage Experiment in New Zealand Simone
Photos on Flickr
There were 140,750 page views in September on Flickr. It now has a total of 8,293,283 views.
Top on Twitter
Follow us on Twitter. As at 31 September, we have 4963 followers.
Not a glass ceiling, but “a thick layer of men”. Andrew reports back on last night’s #wordchch @HelenClarkNZ session and that killer quote. ^DR
Best audience question ever “Can you come to my birthday?”. #wordchch Nanogirl @medickinson rules. ^DR
“… Speak about the things, and the people, we love.” @katbhave reports on @pantographpunch #wordchch Explosive Archaeology session with @jenkshields @TayiTibble @brannavan @lanalopesi @ladyhorrors ^DR
Like us on Facebook. As at 31 September, we have 8563 likes.
(Just over 3 weeks until opening, library-fans!)
More photos on Flickr ^Moata
Big news, library whānau! Lee Child – creator of hero Jack Reacher – is coming to Christchurch on Friday 23 November, thanks to WORD Christchurch and Penguin Books NZ. YAYYYYYY! ^Donna
LEGO + LIBRARY = YAY! Tūranga and Imagination Station have joined creative forces to make LEGO playtime a permanent fixture in the city’s new central library. Imagination Station will have a new permanent home on Tūranga’s Hapori/Community Floor (level one) when the library opens on 12 October. https://www.ccc.govt.nz/news-and-events/newsline/show/2975
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.