Digg Received Roughly 17 Million Unique Visitors In October

Digg VP of Engineering Ben Folk-Williams has uploaded a screenshot of Digg’s traffic between May and October of this year. It appears that in the month of October, Digg.com received about 17 million unique visitors in traffic and this has been somewhat consistent since this past May. About 50% of the visitors were from the United States.

The company has seen a 23% increase in daily users since they launched a revised iOS app with Newsroom integration. About 51% of the traffic is direct, which means that people are typing Digg.com into a browser 13 million times per month.

[Digg Blog]

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