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What is a domain name?


January 20, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Domain Info


what is a domain name

A domain name is used to identify an IP address. The domain can also point to multiple IP addresses. For example, the domain aol.com points to multiple IP addresses. By using this too from IPInfo.info:

http://ipinfo.info/html/ip_checker.php

You will get the resulting IP addresses that the aol.com domain name points to:

aliases – addresses:

64.12.79.57
64.12.89.186
149.174.107.97
149.174.110.102
207.200.74.38

The acronym URL means uniform resource locator. The URL points to a particular page on the domain name, such as the sports page on AOL:

http://www.aol.com/sports/

There are a number of domain extensions available for domain names. The king of them all is .com. The other two oldies are .net and .org. Today there are many extensions available. For example, there is a .XYZ extension and .me extension, plus many more. These new extensions with the right generic words are very valuable. Recently need.me sold for $25,000 on Sedo.

Here’s a video talking some more about domain names:

 

Good luck with your domain buying and selling.

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