Definitions for "Top Level Domain"
Keywords:  gtld, cctld, edu, tld, gov
The various parts of a web address are separated by dots. The top-level domain is the last part of an address. In that would be ".com". The top-level domain represents the highest level of name resolution. TLDs that are valid internationally are: .com (worldwide, commercial), .mil (military), .gov (US and UK government), .org (non-commercial organizations), .edu (US and UK educational institutions), .net (net administration agencies), .int (international agencies), .info, .museum, .name (individuals), .coop (cooperatives), .aero (aviation organizations). Other top-level domains are only valid in specific countries: The identifier is a 2-letter combination. Here are the most common: .de (Germany), .at (Austria), .ch (Switzerland), .fr (France), .nl (Netherlands), .pl (Poland), .es (Spain), .ca (Canada).
The Top Level Domain refers to the extension such as .com, .net, .org, .gov, .edu, and so on. The second level is the unique name before the .com.
Domain name extensions such as .com, .net, .org., .info, etc. Traffic
Keywords:  conceit, unnecessary, cases
an unnecessary conceit in most cases