Wired article Wired has released its annual rankings of the best websites in the world.
And the rankings were just as diverse as we imagined them to be.
The list is populated with the top-rated sites in the country and many from emerging and other emerging markets.
We ranked every country on a scale of 1 to 10, with the lowest ranking being 1.
Wired is using these rankings as a baseline to calculate rankings for the rest of the world in 2017.
Here’s what we learned.
Russia: A 1 Russia ranking means the site was ranked as the number one website in the Russian market.
The site was a total of 14.5 million visitors per day, making it the seventh most popular website in Russia, ahead of the likes of YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.
The ranking is based on traffic from its native platform and the site is also heavily indexed by Google and Bing.
United Kingdom: The UK is a top-ranked country in terms of traffic, according to Wired.
It was ranked seventh overall in terms a ranking in the UK and second in terms traffic per user.
The UK ranked first overall for both users and revenue.
The country has a population of around 22 million and is home to over 100 million users of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, and other social media platforms.
United States: The United States was ranked 12th overall in the list.
The US is the country with the second-largest population of any country in the top 10.
It is home of more than 2 billion people, making up almost half of the population.
The top-performing US site, Reddit, is the second most popular in terms search traffic, behind only Google.
The most popular social media site in the US was Instagram, which generated over 9 million daily users.
Italy: Italy was the most popular country in Europe, according the Wired rankings.
It had a total traffic of more to the tune of 12.8 billion per day.
The Italian country is home for almost three-quarters of the continent’s population, making the country the largest in Europe.
It also has a high number of businesses and businesses in the region.
France: The French capital was ranked 10th overall, with over 11 billion visitors per year.
It has the third-largest economy in the European Union, with GDP of nearly €100 billion.
It’s also home to one of the largest industries in the EU, with an industry employing more than 5 million people.
Australia: Australia was ranked 11th overall and was home to more than 7.2 billion visitors a year.
The Australian capital is the third largest city in the continent with over 1 million people and is also home of the biggest airline in the Asia-Pacific region.
Germany: Germany was ranked 13th overall.
The nation with the third highest economy in Europe is home with more than 8 million people, the third biggest in the Europe.
The German capital is home on the eastern seaboard of the country, where the capital is about a two-hour drive from the city of Hamburg.
France, Italy, and the Netherlands: The Netherlands ranked 14th overall for revenue, with revenues of over 6.2 trillion euros.
The Netherlands was ranked second overall in its region with a gross domestic product of over 4 trillion euros, with gross domestic products in the Netherlands ranking as the third most developed in the whole EU. 9.
United Arab Emirates: The UAE ranked 14 th overall, earning $1.9 trillion per year in revenue.
It comes in second overall for gross domestic revenue per capita, with Dubai ranked as number two overall.
Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy: The list of countries is dominated by European countries, which make up the majority of the countries on the list, with Japan coming in second place.
The U.K. ranked first for revenue per person and the U.S. ranked fifth for revenue.
Spain: Spain was ranked 14.7 in terms Google searches per person.
Spain was the third ranked country in Google searches in terms users per day and gross domestic revenues per capita.
Spain also ranked fifth overall in Google rankings in terms mobile phone numbers per day as well as Google searches for a range of internet services.
United Russia: The Russian country was ranked 15th overall with a total revenue of over 7.8 trillion euros in 2017, with a GDP of over $5 trillion.
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United Republic of Tanzania: The Republic of the Congo was ranked 17th overall according to Google.
It ranked third overall for overall revenue, and third overall in gross domestic profits per capita and gross income per capita for its population of 8 million.
South Africa: South Africa was ranked 18th overall per Google search, with $1 billion in revenue per year, according Google search results.
China: China was ranked 16th overall based on Google