Watch CBSN Live

The royal wedding is saturating the Internet

The official website for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton Getty

(CBS) Just how ubiquitous is the royal wedding? A new study concludes that it's mentioned online every 10 seconds.

Pictures: Prince William and Kate Middleton
Pictures: Royal souvenirs
Special section: The royal wedding

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.

Read the full story here.

View CBS News In
CBS News App Open
Chrome Safari Continue
Be the first to know
Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting.