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    TLD is the acronym used for top-level domain. It’s the last segment of a domain name after the final dot.

    A great example of a TDL is: .com

    The IANA officially recognizes three types of TLDs:

    gTLD – Generic Top-Level Domains
    sTLD – Sponsored Top-Level Domains
    ccTLD – Country Code Top-Level Domains
    Your TLD plays an important role in the Domain Name System (DNS).

    You can change your WordPress site’s TDL by taking advantage of 301 redirect.

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    A TLD (top-level domain) is the most generic domain in the Internet's hierarchical DNS (domain name system). A TLD is the final component of a domain name, for example, "org" in . ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) designates organizations to manage each TLD.

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    Top level domain names are worldwide domain names. Examples would be .com Commercial businesses or personal. org Organizations like charitable. net Network organizations. gov government agencies. mil Military. edu Educational like universities.

    Then country domain names for country specific website or blogs like uk or ca.

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