A domain is a user-friendly and unique web address that you'll be able to obtain for your site. It routes a numeric IP address that is used to distinguish web sites as well as units on the World Wide Web yet it's incredibly easier to remember or distribute. Each and every domain name consists of 2 parts - the actual name that you select as well as its extension. To give an example, in domain.com, “domain” is known as Second-Level Domain and it's the element you'll be able to pick, while “.com” is the extension, which is also identified as Top-Level Domain (TLD). You are able to purchase a brand new domain via any accredited registrar organization or move an existing one between registrars in case the extension can support this option. Such a transfer doesn't change the ownership of your domain name; the only thing that changes is the place where you'll be able to control the domain name. Most of the domain name extensions are available for registration by all entities, yet various country-code extensions have particular conditions such as regional presence or a current business registration.