Imagine trying to get somewhere for the first time, without gps or an address. Maybe you can get directions like at the fork in the road go left or after the gas station turn right. I would prefer an address, and gps, wouldn’t you?
Ok, so what is this domain I speak of and how does it relate? A domain is like an address for the website you are trying to reach. The only difference is instead of having to physically take that journey, your computer and wifi do all the work for you.
A domain name can be just about any mixture of words and numbers, followed by a domain name extension like .com, .org, .net, and so on. Google.com, fbgtech.org, speedtest.net, are just a few examples of web addresses. Some domain name extensions are found to be more credible than others, not only to consumers, but also to the algorithms.