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|Q. What is a gTLD domain name?|
A. A generic top-level domain (gTLD) is a top-level domain used (at least in theory) by a particular class of organization. These are three or more letters long, and are named for the type of organization that they represent (for example, .com for commercial organizations).
.ASIA, .BIZ, .COM, .INFO, .MOBI, .NAME, .NET, .ORG
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