What is a TLD? Top Level Domains Explained

by Douglas Karr
If you parse any domain name, the top level domain is the last section after the last dot. That’s the highest level within the hierarchy of a domain name. So, for marketingtechblog.com, the TLD is .com. When the web was first launched in the United States, it was fairly easy to remember domain names. .com meant you were on a company’s site, .org meant that you were on a non-profit’s site, .Read the full article