The royal wedding is saturating the Internet

A detail of the official website for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton recently launched by Clarence House on March 4, 2011. The couple will marry in a much anticipated wedding in Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.
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The official website for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton
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(CBS) Just how ubiquitous is the royal wedding? A new study concludes that it's mentioned online every 10 seconds.

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MSN reports that internet marketing agency Greenlight did a study and found 9,000 posts a day about the subject. (That's a lot of posts.)

In April there's been a 700 percent rise in mentions of the royal wedding over March. More intriguing is the stat showing people who like the royal wedding outweigh people who don't - you know, haters - by a ratio of 6:1.

News sites lead the way with 30 percent of royal wedding content. Blogs, Twitter, forums, Facebook and YouTube follow, with YouTube making up only 1 percent of mentions.

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