In the early days of the Internet, sites with .com addresses were businesses with the intent of selling something, either directly or indirectly. The .com suffix contrasts with .net, .gov, .edu and .org, which represent networking, government, education and organization entities
Once Internet access spread across the globe, dot-com lost its meaning as a commercial designator. Today anyone can purchase a URL with a .com top-level domain for any purpose
.com is the most popular top level Domain address
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