What is a domain name?

Domain name is a human-friendly form of an Internet address. It is used to identify the complicated string of numbers composing an IP Address which is hard to remember by heart. In other words, a domain name is linked to the relevant IP address and is used to find web pages in a user-friendly way. Domain names are registered with accredited Registrars and consist of two parts: a top-level domain (TLD – .com, .net, .org, .eu) and a second level domain, which represents the entity that owns the domain name.