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What is the .io domain name extension?

The “.io” domain name extension is a country code top-level domain (ccTLD) assigned to the British Indian Ocean Territory. However, it has gained popularity for uses beyond its original geographical association. In the tech and online communities, “.io” has been adopted as a domain extension with a broader connotation, often standing for “input/output” in the context of technology and programming. It’s also used by startups and tech companies as a trendy and memorable domain choice. While “.io” was originally intended for sites related to the British Indian Ocean Territory, it’s now widely recognized for its tech and innovation associations on a global scale.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A domain name is the unique address that users enter into a web browser to access a website. It consists of a chosen name followed by a domain extension (e.g., .com, .net, .org).
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Valuable domain names are usually short, memorable, easy to spell, and relevant to a specific industry or topic. Domain names that include popular keywords or phrases can also be valuable.
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