Domain name gives identity to business worldwide
On the World Wide Web, a domain consists of a set of network addresses. This domain is separated in levels. The top level identifies the geographic or purpose commonality. The second level identifies a special place within the top level domain and is, in fact, equivalent to a different address on the Internet (IP address).
In the Internet's domain name system (DNS), a domain is a name with which the name server records are alike that describe subdomains or host.
Domains are a delicate subject. They seem very easy, but after you have obtained one, you slowly start understanding that there is so much more to them than you had thought. Domain names are mostly pointers that direct visitors to a server.
Registering a domain is parallel to representing your business world wide