A domain name is an easy-to-remember and unique web address that you're able to obtain for your website. It designates a numeric IP address that is employed to find websites as well as units on the Internet and it is rather easy to remember or share. Each and every domain name incorporates two separate parts - the particular name that you select and its extension. To give an example, in domain.com, “domain” is termed Second-Level Domain and it's the part you're able to select, while “.com” is the extension, that is also known as Top-Level Domain (TLD). You're able to get a new domain through any licensed registrar organization or move an active one between registrars in case the extension can support this function. This type of a transfer does not change the possession of your domain name; the one thing that changes is the place where you're able to manage the domain. The vast majority of the domain extensions are available for registration by every entity, but various country-code extensions have certain prerequisites like local presence or a valid company registration.