Nowadays, the Internet has become the most popular medium for commercial organisations to promote themselves. This is because the internet has no boundaries or closing hours. Every person who wishes to use the internet as a medium needs a domain name. A domain name is nothing but a network address that helps identify a particular entity on the internet. Usually, a domain name consists of two parts – the top level domain (TLD), which is used to identify the organisation that owns it or the geographical area where it originates and the second level domain, which identifies the unique administrative owner associated with an Internet Protocol address. (For example, in example.com, .com is the TLD whereas example is the second level domain name)
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