Domain Name

A domain name is alpha-numeric Internet address, formed by the name that you have chosen, and a TLD (Top Level Domain).

A domain name is most often used to name a website (such as or an email address ( 
In this example, is the domain name; register the chosen name and mu the TLD.
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