A domain name is a user-friendly and unique website address that you'll be able to acquire for your site. It routes a numeric IP address that is used to distinguish websites and devices on the Internet but it is much easier to remember or share. Each domain includes two different parts - the particular name that you choose and the extension. To give an example, in domain.com, “domain” is known as Second-Level Domain and it is the element you're able to choose, while “.com” is the extension, which is identified as Top-Level Domain (TLD). You are able to get your domain via any licensed registrar company or move an active one between registrars when the extension can support this feature. This type of a transfer does not change the ownership of a domain name; the thing that changes is the place where you can take care of that domain name. The majority of the domain extensions are open for registration by every entity, but various country-code extensions have specific prerequisites like regional presence or an active business registration.