What Are ccTLDs?

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ccTLD stands for Country Code Top-Level Domain. ccTLDs form part of a website's URL and indicate which country a website is based in or targeting. Examples of ccTLDs are .uk for the UK, .in for India, .br for Brazil and .au for Australia. If your website is targeting a particular country, it is best practice to use the appropriate ccTLD, as it tells both users and search engines which country is your intended target. 

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