Domain Name

A domain name is a unique, human-readable name that identifies a website on the Internet. A domain name typically consists of a name or word followed by a top-level domain (TLD), such as .com, .org, or .net. Domain names are registered through domain name registrars and must be unique to avoid conflicts. Domain names are used to identify websites and can also be used to create email addresses. The cost of a domain name can vary depending on the TLD, popularity, and availability of the domain. In addition to registering a domain name, website owners must also pay for hosting and maintain their website.

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