What is a root domain?
The root domain is the top of the domain hierarchy. It contains many subdomains which belong under it. You can purchase a root domain with a specific name for your company or for personal use. It is up to you how many subdomains you will create. However, it is important to keep their quality high. The structure of your domain hierarchy is very influential towards the ranking it receives.
Frequently asked questions
How do I find the root domain?
The root domain is the highest-level domain in the Domain Name System. If your website is “www.example.com”, the root domain is “example.com”.
How many root domains are there?
There is only one root domain. A root domain is the highest level domain in the DNS hierarchy.
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