The PII is a list of all the sites that are in the top 10 most visited in the world.
The PII is only a very small portion of what Google actually looks at when ranking a page in search. It’s not like the top 10 most visited sites on the planet. It’s more like the top 10 sites in the world that rank most in Google AdWords, but this list is a little different. It’s not the top 10 most visited sites in the United States or any other country. It’s just the top 10 most visited sites in the world.
It’s probably not a list that Google is looking at when it comes to ranking pages. But for some companies the PII is a way to show off their websites to Google and get a better chance of ranking at the very top of the search results. So it’s not like these sites are automatically in the top 10 most visited sites in the world.
One of the reasons this is the one I mentioned earlier is that this lists have some sort of “bottom” ranking and thus you get nowhere. And when you add up the top 10 sites and list them all together, you get two really good reasons to get rid of those rankings, one which is that those sites are ranked higher than others.
You might be wondering, “What’s the big deal?” Well, it’s not that they’re in the top 10, but the ones who are in the top 1,000 are not sites that you would normally think of as “great to rank at the top of the search results.
It’s a little more complicated to explain than that, but the top 1,000 sites are all sites that are ranked higher than most of the rest of the sites in the top 10. You can think of these sites as the top 2,000 sites in your search results and think of them in a way that makes them more prominent, because that makes rankings a lot more important.
When it comes to ranking at the top, the real factor is your search volume, so the top 1,000 is not just the most popular search results you could possibly have. The ones who are in the top 1,000 are just the very popular search results you could have had in the first place. The way they rank is in volume, and in how quickly they rank, not in how much traffic they get.