Your cat’s birthday is in a few days and you are looking online for a toy to get her. You search online for a bit, and then you log into Facebook. Suddenly, every ad you encounter is about feline entertainment.
TLD, or top-level domain, simply refers to the letters at the end of the domain. It is something simple, that can nevertheless make or break your internet presence. A TLD can do one of two things - spell out your website’s purpose or (as is the case with .com) - simply inspire trust.
So you already have a website up and running. Step 1 of your online journey is complete. As your site grows, you will soon find that it can make use of some extra resources to run smoothly. The shared hosting environment is perfect for most small-scale projects, but should they start to expand, that's when the problems start.