What's A Domain Name

WHAT'S A DOMAIN NAME?

 

A Domain Name is a unique alphanumeric name used to identify a particular computer (i.e. Web server or mail server) on the Internet. Also called "Website address" or "URL" (Uniform Resource Locator) or simply "domain". A Domain Name must only use letters, numbers, dashes, and periods. They always end with a Top-level domain such as the most common .com, .net, .org, or .edu. An example of a domain name is mybusiness.cc.

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