A domain name is an easy-to-use and unique web address that you'll be able to get for your site. It routes a numeric IP address that is used to find web sites and / or devices on the World Wide Web and it is easier to remember or share. Each domain name features two different parts - the particular name that you select as well as its extension. To give an example, in domain.com, “domain” is referred to as Second-Level Domain and it's the element you are able to pick, while “.com” is the extension, that is also called Top-Level Domain (TLD). You're able to register your domain via any accredited registrar company or relocate an existing one between registrars when the extension supports this function. This type of a transfer does not change the ownership of a domain name; the only thing that changes is the place where you can take care of that domain name. Almost all domain extensions are available for registration by all entities, but a variety of country-code extensions have specific conditions for instance regional presence or a current business registration.