Royal Wedding Website

April 28, 2011 by Post Team 

Royal Wedding Website, In a civil monarchy first royal wedding is to stream live online via YouTube – one of a number of options on-line interaction. The newly updated website royal wedding (I was reading why? ED) now offers a range of options for Internet users not only watch but interact with an event expected to attract more than 1 billion viewers at world. The wedding of Charles and Diana in 1981 attracted 28.4? Million British viewers. It is estimated that 700 million watched the FIFA soccer World Cup final in July last year.

In YouTube – The Royal Channel – to hear the wedding live from the UK 10 hours, with staff Clarence House and St. James’ Palace to provide a live commentary with “historical information, links, additional photographs and footage video as well as an integrated Twitter feed. ”

As part of a “Wedding Book” from YouTube, YouTube users are also invited to submit videos to congratulate the couple.

Flickr – the account of the British monarchy – the actual release of wedding-related photos in the weeks after the wedding

On Twitter – Clarence House official Twitter account – to provide live updates on the wedding day,

Twitter users can send to the royal couple his congratulations to the hashtag # rw2011.

In Facebook – the site of the British monarchy – which is updated every hour of the day.

The website of the British monarchy has also created a Royal Wedding event page, where Facebook users can click on “I will attend and, according to the official website of the royal wedding” part of a community Facebook users wedding celebration around the world. ”

An application stories, to be released a week before the April 29 wedding, give users the opportunity to share how they are preparing and / or wedding celebration.

The official website of the royal wedding will also publish detailed listings in the day.

With such a high level of global interest, you can not help wondering how many of these messages will be seen by the royal couple …

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