What is TLD?

TLD stands for Top-Level Domain. TLD typically refers to the last segment of a domain name or the part that follows after the dot symbol. TLDs may be generic or country specific.

Examples of generic TLDs:

  • .com
  • .org
  • .net
  • Examples of country-specific TLDs:
  • .co.uk
  • .ru
  • .fr


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