A website domain is often called a domain. Usually, a domain refers to the name a website owner selects to be its user-friendly address online. In our case, our domain is “Lumikha.co.”
The domain name supplements the IP address or Internet Protocol address, which contains a string of four or six numbers (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX). The IP address gives each device attached to the Internet a unique designation for routing requests. Because numeric sprigs are hard to remember, domain names offer a simple system for routing traffic to a desired destination on the Internet.
Domain names offer opportunities to extend or build an online brand using a company, organization, or individual name and or description of their associated activities. In contrast to a brand name like “lumikha.co,” we might use a domain like “marketingandcustomerservice.co” to attract people searching the Internet for those services.