What is a Top Level Domain?
Generic top-level domain (gTLD) refers to an extension of the popular top-level domains or TLDs such as .biz, .name, .pro, .org and .com. As the internet becomes crowded, there is a need for organizations and businesses to obtain domain names that reflect and define them well. The idea behind gTLD is to enable businesses and individuals to have personalized, catchy and rhyming domain names to enjoy a better brand control. An appropriate gTLD that resonates with a company’s needs goes far in differentiating it from competitors.