Domain Name Basics

A top-level domain is the suffix that is attached to the end of a Domain Name. .com, .net and .org are Top-Level Domains in the hierarchical Domain Name system. In the Domain Name '', the .com is the Top-Level Domain. Top-Level Domains are the highest-level category of Internet names.
A Domain Name will consist of two or more words separated by a period. For example: The first part 'Mydomain' is called a second-level domain. The second part '.com' is called a top-level domain.
A domain name is an essential component to having an individual website that obtains internet visitors. Your domain name should be relevant to either your business name or products and services that you provide. To search for available domains, visit our domain name registration portal at
Domain Names correspond to a series of numbers called Internet protocol numbers that serve as routing addresses on the Internet. IP addresses are hard to remember therefore web addresses were developed to permit the use of easily remembered words
Your Domain Name or web address signifies your own address on the Internet. It is a unique alphanumeric name used for identifying and locating computers on the Internet.