A domain name is a unique identifier that is used to locate websites on the internet. It is essentially the address of your website, and it is what people type into their web browsers to find your website. For example, the domain name for Google is google.com, and for Facebook is facebook.com.
Domain names consist of two parts: the top-level domain (TLD) and the second-level domain (SLD). The TLD is the extension at the end of the domain name, such as .com, .net, .org, .ie, etc. The SLD is the main part of the domain name and comes before the TLD, such as Google or Facebook in the examples above.
Domain names are essential for businesses, organisations, and individuals who want to establish an online presence. They help to make it easy for people to find and remember your website. Domain names are valuable assets that can help to build brand recognition, credibility, and visibility for your business.
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