What is the meaning of TLD?

TLDs are called those domains that use Top-Level Extension and you will find 90% of the sites using TLD only, so first of all you have to understand Domain Name, Domain Name is called those Names on which Websites are run as if the domain name of Google is Google.com,

Although the addresses of all the websites are different but the extension is the same for most sites such as the address of Google Domain is Google and its extension is .Com and this extension is called TLD and different types of sites use different extensions. Such as .Com, .Edu, .In, .Org, .Us, .Net etc.

Similarly, different types of extensions are used and most of the sites use TLD only. TLDs are called those extensions of the domain which are most used globally or nationally or for any other specific reason such as the world's largest TLD is .Com which is commercially and is used globally. is used.

Due to the multipurpose of the domain, its Extensions (TLD) has been divided into many parts.

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Balvinder Singh Selected

Balvinder Singh

2 years ago
TLD is short for a Top-Level Domain. TLDs are the topmost or root-level domains. like example.com here this domain is a top-level domain. all domains starting with a single extension like .com, .in, .net etc are TLDs.
domain with extensions like .co.in, .co.ca etc are second-level domains.

Sujit Singh Selected

Sujit Singh

1 year ago
Top Level Domains (TLD) are also known as Internet Domain Extension. This is the last part where the domain name ends. With the help of this domain, you can easily rank your website. It is very SEO friendly. And Google Search Engine also gives more importance to it.

Example TLD Extension from which anyone can buy

.com (commercial)
.org (organization)
.net (network)
.gov (government)
.edu (education)
.name
.biz (business)
.info (information)

Manish Singh Bisht Selected

Manish Singh Bisht

1 month ago
TLD stands for "top-level domain." In the context of the internet, a top-level domain (TLD) is the part of a domain name that comes after the "dot" (e.g., .com, .net, .org). There are several different types of TLDs, including generic top-level domains (gTLDs) and country code top-level domains (ccTLDs).

gTLDs are the most common type of TLD and include familiar domains such as .com, .net, and .org. These domains are intended to be used for general purposes and are not restricted to any particular country or region.

ccTLDs are TLDs that are specific to a particular country or region. For example, .uk is the ccTLD for the United Kingdom, and .jp is the ccTLD for Japan.

TLDs are used to identify the type of website or organization that a domain name represents. For example, .com domains are often used by commercial websites, .org domains are often used by non-profit organizations, and .edu domains are used by educational institutions.