A domain name is an easy-to-use and unique website address which you're able to get for your web site. It routes a numeric IP address that is applied to identify web sites and devices on the World Wide Web but it's much simpler to remember or distribute. Every domain name incorporates two separate parts - the particular name that you choose plus the extension. For instance, in domain.com, “domain” is called Second-Level Domain and it's the element you're able to select, and “.com” is the extension, which is called Top-Level Domain (TLD). You're able to register a new domain via any certified registrar organization or relocate an active one between registrars in case the extension supports this feature. This type of a transfer does not change the possession of your domain; the only thing that changes is the place where you are able to control the domain name. The majority of the domain extensions are free for registration by every entity, but numerous country-code extensions have certain prerequisites such as regional presence or a current company registration.