What is a domain name?
A domain name is your website name. A domain name is the address where Internet users can access your website. A domain name is used for finding and identifying computers on the Internet. Computers use IP addresses, which are a series of number. However, it is difficult for humans to remember strings of numbers. Because of this, domain names were developed and used to identify entities on the Internet rather than using IP addresses.
A domain name can be any combination of letters and numbers, and it can be used in combination of the various domain name extensions, such as .com, .net and more.
The domain name must be registered before you can use it At Domitree. Every domain name is unique. No two websites can have the same domain name. If someone types in www.makemoneyaday.com, it will go to my website and no one else’s.
Domain names are used worldwide, particularly in the world of networks and data communication. The following points explain how they work and how they are used:
Domain names have two parts that are separated by a dot, such as example.com.
A domain name can be used to identify a single IP address or group of IP addresses.
A host or organization may use a domain name as an alternate IP address because domain names are alphanumeric (as opposed to all numbers), making them easier to memorize.
A domain name is used as part of a URL to identify a website.
The part that follows the dot is the top level domain (TLD), or group to which the domain name belongs. For example, .gov is the TLD for U.S. government domains.
The IP address in the domain name’s background is converted to a recognizable, alphanumeric domain name by a system known as the domain name system (DNS).