gTLD

gTLDs (Generic Top Level Domain) are generic first level domains. A TLD is a suffix at the end of a web address (for example .io in Youdot.io). The gTLD sub-category is reserved for generic and general use as opposed to ccTLD which are associated with a country or territory.

Some common gTLDs:

  • .com
  • .biz
  • .gov
  • .info
  • .net
  • .org

 

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