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What is a TLD (Top Level Domain)?

The Top Level Domain (TLD) is the end of the web address and the top hierarchy of the domain. For example, Google.com The ‘ .com ‘ is the TLD, whereas in https://webmasters.googleblog.com/ ‘webmasters’ is a subdomain, ‘.com’ in the TLD.