Domain names are “name tags” that assist in the defining of an organization or source when using the internet to indicate ownership or control of a resource, this is controlled through the DNS or Domain Name System. Created in the 1980’s, It is considered to be the hierarchal component to the naming system.  The Domain Name System is a system that translates domain names into numerical identifiers linked with equipment for the purpose of networking and addressing these devices globally.  Each domain name is made up of two components, the text before the dot such as example1, example2, which is the domain name that you register, and the text after the dot, such as .com, .net, .org, known as TLD or top-level domain.  DNS replaces those numbers with words.  For instance, instead of typing “111.11.111” you would type Domain names are important solely because, it aids in providing easily…       Read More