What is Domain:
The Internet is a bigger organization of PCs associated with one another through a worldwide organization of links. Every PC on this organization can speak with different PCs.
A domain name is an online address that offers a user-friendly way to access a website’s true online locator: its Internet Protocol (IP address). The IP address is a unique string of numbers and other characters that are used across the Internet to access websites from any device or location. But the IP address is hard to remember and type correctly, so the domain name represents it with a word-based format that is much easier for users to handle. When a user types a domain name into a browser search bar, the browser uses the IP address it represents to access the site.
Domain names consist of a unique name chosen by the user and an extension, such as .com, .net, or .org, that designates the site’s Top-Level Domain. Each domain name must be unique, one can’t use a name that’s already taken.
Why should you get a Domain name?
-The online world is rich with opportunities to create a business or blog on free or paid hosting sites, or even on social media. And people are also grabbing this opportunity to grow their business or blogs in social media or other free/paid hosting sites. These sites demonstrate that it’s possible to have an online presence without owning your own domain.
But if your aim is to be widely visible, if you want to give your business a bigger platform and build authority for your own brand then you should purchase your very own Domain name
There are a couple ways to see if a domain you want is available.
First, simply type the URL into Name.com’s search—we’ll tell you if the domain can be registered or not. Or, search for the domain in Whois Lookup.