A domain name is a user-friendly and distinctive website address which you'll be able to get for your website. It routes a numeric IP address that is used to identify websites as well as units on the Internet but it's incredibly easier to remember or distribute. Every domain name includes two parts - the particular name that you choose and the extension. To give an example, in domain.com, “domain” is called Second-Level Domain and it is the part you can pick, while “.com” is the extension, which is known as Top-Level Domain (TLD). You will be able to purchase your new domain via any licensed registrar company or transfer an existing one between registrars when the extension supports this option. This kind of a transfer does not change the ownership of a domain name; the sole thing that changes is where you will be able to manage the domain. The majority of the domain extensions are available for registration by every entity, but various country-code extensions have specific prerequisites for example regional presence or an active business registration.