There are currently 4 names in this directory beginning with the letter R.
Referring domains (RD) refer to the number of unique external domains that link to a particular website or page. In other words, it\’s a measure of how many different websites are linking to your website or a specific page on your website.
For example, if website A has a link to website B, then website A is considered a referring domain for website B. The more referring domains a website has, the more likely it is to be considered an authority in its industry and to rank higher in search engine results pages.
A technique used to send traffic from one URL to another. This can be useful when redirecting traffic from an expired domain to a new website.
A domain name registrar is a company that is authorized by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) or a country code top-level domain (ccTLD) registry to manage the registration of domain names.
When someone wants to register a domain name, they typically go to a registrar and provide the desired domain name and other necessary information such as their contact details, payment information, and nameservers. The registrar then checks if the domain name is available, registers it on the client’s behalf, and manages the domain name registration on an ongoing basis.
A registry is an organization that manages and maintains the database of domain names and related information for a specific top-level domain (TLD).
The registry is responsible for ensuring that domain names are unique and can be resolved to the correct IP address through the domain name system (DNS). It also manages the technical aspects of the TLD, such as operating the domain name servers that respond to DNS queries for the TLD, and ensuring the security and stability of the TLD.