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A domain name Search is a web address consisting of a website name and a domain name extension. The name is up to you – as long as it consists of letters, numbers, hyphens and is still available, whereas the domain extension is usually a set combination of a few letters. Just like a physical address helps people find a specific place, the purpose of a domain is to help visitors find a website. Without domain names, users can only access websites using Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. However, IP addresses are hard to remember as they consist of seemingly random series of numbers, making them inconvenient to share. Domain names, on the contrary, can help drive traffic to your website. In this article, we will cover all the necessary information about domain names. We will explain how domains work and their different types. Then, we will show how to register and transfer a domain name

Differences Between a Domain Name and a URL

While a domain name and a URL (Universal Resource Locator) share some similarities, they refer to different things. A URL acts as a complete website address that can direct visitors to a specific page on a site.

A domain name is just a part of it. A URL consists of a protocol, a domain, and a path. The protocol shows whether a site has an SSL certificate. Keep note that URLs have a path only when they direct visitors to a specific page on a site

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