Top-Level Domains

A top-level domain (TLD) is one of the domains at the highest level in the hierarchical Domain Name System of the Internet. The top-level domain names are installed in the root zone of the name space. For all domains in lower levels, it is the last part of the domain name, that is, the last label of a fully qualified domain name. For example, in the domain name, the top-level domain is com (the "dot" and the word that follows it).
Posts about Top-Level Domains
  • In Our Shrinking World, Your Business Needs to Expand

    …, Google uses more than 200 ranking markers in its algorithms, and many are given increased significance when analyzing international markets: Top-Level Domains: These domains are country-code specific. They’re also top-level domains (with names like .co, .uk., and even .au.) These are trusted for their marked local affiliations. Server location…

    Marcela De Vivo/ Search Engine Watch- 13 readers -
  • 2015 B2B Buyers: A Content Marketing Crash Course

    15 B2B Content Marketing Tips For End User Buyers Newsflash: B2B buyers are living, breathing human beings, not machines. While this may sound obvious, the reality is that many B2B marketers overlook this key fact when marketing to business buyers. Often, they’ve skipped crafting a marketing persona and related analyses. Translation: B2B marketers must sell to real people.

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohen- 16 readers -
  • 31 Advanced Blogging Tricks

    …-level domains? 4. Invest in your blog Many bloggers start with a great burst of energy then quickly burn out. Your business blog requires resources both human (including content creation, copyediting, promotion and technology) and financial. Neil Patel spends a minimum of $20,000 per month on Quick Sprout. Write longer posts. Don’t add filler…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Social Content Blogging- 23 readers -
  • Multiple live gTLDs will be auctioned in October

    …, according to a reliable source. The venue will be Applicant Auction, which has been helping applicants resolve gTLD contention sets via private auction for the last year. The auction is understood to be invitation-only and the identities of the gTLDs up for grabs, and their associated registries, are a closely-guarded secret. What conclusions we can…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 3 readers -
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