Learn how to set the top-level domain when converting names to domains
Updated on September 7, 2020
TLD is top-level domain. It's the com, net, gov, edu part of the URL.
There are 3 main applications for setting TLD in Name2Domain:
Upload a list and force N2D to return the best match on .edu. This way you don't have to sift through cases where a company name matches better than the school name.
Specify .co.uk and you'll get the British version of the website. Otherwise the .com results are much more likely to match.
Force N2D to match .gov websites if you have a list of government agencies you need the websites for.