Kia ora. Here’s our summary of the webpages, blog and social media posts that were popular in November.
There were 336,149 page views in November. The most popular pages on christchurchcitylibraries.com:
- Tūranga (1st)
- About PressReader (formerly PressDisplay) (2nd last month)
- My account (3rd last month)
- Justices of the Peace (4th last month)
- 22 February 2011 Canterbury earthquake for kids (5th last month)
- Tūranga location page (6th last month)
- Guy Fawkes Day (NEW)
- Learning Centres (NEW)
- Books browse page (10th last month)
- Join the Library (NEW)
Join the Library has become more popular in the last few months and more Tūranga pages are in the top 50 – meeting rooms and bookable spaces, café, transport, and floor by floor.
November’s popular blog posts
Popular blog posts published in November on the website:
- Armistice Day 2018: Remembering 100 Years Ago Mark
- The winner of the Nutcracker Diorama – family challenge competition
- Interview with Jack Hartley interviewed by Greta Christie, Youth Librarian at Tūranga
- Diwali in Christchurch 2018
- Best book covers of 2018 Donna
Photos on Flickr
There were 147,719 views in November on Flickr. It now has a total of 8,708,399 views.
Top on Twitter
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DiveDapper is the PoetryWorld equivalent of Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in cars getting coffee’ but at DiveDapper you hear 2 poets on top of their game. A good reason to go to @KavehAkbar in Chch Tues 6 Nov @WORDChCh & at @tweetlitcrawl. ^DR
I’ve picked my fave New Zealand book covers of 2018.
Xoe Hall – @TayiTibble Poūkahangatus
Kerry Ann Lee – @Helen__Heath Are Friends Electric? @VUPBooks
and Go GIrl / Oh Boy @PenguinBooks_NZ
All this & more FAB covers: ^DR
Did you know @rhysiedarby had written a kids’ book? Kim asked him about the book, cryptozoology, and the time he was a jelly at the Christchurch Christmas parade (!?). ^MT
Like us on Facebook. As at 8 January, we have 9027 likes.
The Ballantynes’ Fire took place 71 years ago today. 41 people died, and the city mourned. ^Donna
The Audio Video Studio / Taupuni Oro/Ataata is now available for bookings! Open session times, when you can visit and try things out, are also available. See our website for more details. ^Moata
At the 11th hour of the 11th day of November in 1918, the First World War – ‘The War to End All Wars’ – ended; this day is known as Armistice Day. Today is the 100th anniversary of the Armistice. ^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.