Top of the web – December 2018

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

Website pages

There were 280,052 page views in December. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:

Summertime Reading Club is in 19th spot, and the Christchurch Photo Hunt winners at 35th.

December’s popular blog posts

Popular blog posts published in December on the website:

Survivor winner Lisa Stanger’s 2014 blog post Christmas reading for kids came in at 4th place.

Photos on Flickr

There were 109,564 views in December on Flickr. It now has a total of 8,817,963 views.

Top on Twitter

Follow us on Twitter. As at 8 January, we have 5028 followers.

#ChristchurchAdventCalendar 24 Christmas images from the #DiscoveryWall. Sunday 9 Dec: @whatnownz Christmas, 24 December 1989. Simon Barnett, @MicheleACourt and Catherine McPherson. Christchurch Star archive. In copyright. CCL-StarP-01642A.

We have a position for a Community Learning Librarian open at South Library. Applications close Sunday, 6 Jan. #libraryjobs ^MT

The Best of 2018 – librarians pick their faves of the year. #lovelibraries #bestbooks ^DR

Facebook favourites

Like us on Facebook. As at 8 January, we have 9027 likes.

#ChristchurchAdventCalendar 24 Christmas images from the #DiscoveryWall. Tuesday 13 December: Mark Nicholl with Christmas tree, 13 December 1980. A child, Mark Nicholl, on his bicycle carrying a Christmas tree in Sydenham. Christchurch Star Archive. In copyright. CCL-StarP-02309A.

All these things and more! ^Moata

#ChristchurchAdventCalendar 24 Christmas images from the #DiscoveryWall. Sunday 9 December: What Now Christmas, 24 December 1989. The presenters of What Now, Simon Barnett, Michele A’Court and Catherine McPherson getting ready for Christmas morning show by decorating a Christmas tree. Christchurch Star archive. In copyright. CCL-StarP-01642A.

“It is my first time to see Korean books in a library!” an elated Donggi Jun said when he saw shelves of books in his native Korean. Find out more about the World Languages Collection at Tūranga – it includes books & magazines in 13 languages.

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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