How to Understand the New Domain Name Extensions
Not long ago, experts believed the Internet was too full. They wanted to keep new websites closed – and digitally shuttle businesses into a virtual waiting room, where they’d wait and wonder when their website would be available.
Yes. The world of websites has officially gone weird.
People want more personal touch in the digital marketplace. And now because of these things called TLDs, it’s possible. The abbreviation stands for Top Level Domain and it refers to the part of a website address after the dot.
So .com, .net, and .org are all examples.