What is a ccTLD?

Country-code top-level domains (ccTLDs) are a subcategory of TLDs which are used to identify a particular country. They send signals to both users and search engines that the website is designed for visitors from a specific region. For example, Google has Google.com as its generic site, but UK visitors can visit Google.co.uk and German visitors can visit Google.de.

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