Digg CEO Jay Adelson has been interviewed by Michele Steele @ Forbes Video Network, Techcrunch reports. You can find the video embedded here in this post @ Techcrunch. Discussion topics were, among other things, eventual Digg acquisitions (rumors about that in the past days) and it’s actual market value, standing to web traffic assessment.
Adelson claims a huge number of unique accesses per month (circa 20 million accesses), combining RSS readers data with web traffic ones. This seems a bit unfair: RSS reader-generated accesses cannot always be considered as “unique”, and feed monitoring tools (at least those I know) are quite immature, in my humblest opinion.
Anyway, third party estimates look quite poor too: who’s gonna believe digg is only 1.3 million accesses per month worth?