By Emily Lutkin,The Washington PostIn a year of technological innovations, we’ve seen more than a few food Web sites emerge.
Many of them offer a variety of cooking techniques, and they’re making the Web more accessible for consumers and businesses.
But they’re also becoming increasingly popular, with some of the most-popular brands on the Web.
The following list is not exhaustive.
The Web is not perfect, and there are many good companies and services that are out there, but it does serve as a good starting point.
The top-rated Web sites by market shareThe companies listed here are based on our monthly ranking of the Web’s most popular Web sites based on user traffic, as well as a ranking of Web sites in our monthly review of the top Web sites on the Internet.
For the most part, we measure how many visitors per month are going to the sites, whether those visitors are on a mobile device, or whether they’re reading the sites on desktop or laptop.
We don’t include advertising or affiliate links.
The rankings in the chart above reflect the percentage of users visiting each of the sites every month.
In general, the more visitors a Web site gets, the higher its ranking.
The more traffic, the better it is.
This is the main takeaway from this year’s ranking: The Web has gotten more connected, but some of those connections are more subtle than others.
The most-visited Web sites include sites that offer cooking classes, or restaurants, or health food stores.
For example, some of these sites have classes on the Food Web, where customers can order their own meals, or offer recipes, or learn about nutrition and nutrition-related products.
Other Web sites offer nutritional tips.
A number of these Web sites are also offering free, low-cost meal plans.
The top-ranked Web sites that don’t offer any such offerings include restaurants, fitness clubs, and many other small businesses that specialize in small-business-focused products.
The bottom-ranked web sites that do offer any of these services include sites offering nutritional advice and nutritional products, or online courses.
The web sites on this list are grouped by market shares, based on the percentage visitors to each site.
For more on how we classify these Web market shares for each site, click here.
The following lists the top 100 Web sites for search terms in 2018.