ccTLDs Domains - Difference With TLD

ccTLDs domains need to be registered within the local market which can make it expensive. They may be unavailable in different regions. For example .in and .ca is the ccTLD domains.

This is known as the country-code top-level domain. You can take TLD(top-level domain) and then can use the hreflang tag to tell a country-specific web page.

Example:

<link rel="alternate" href="http://example.com" hreflang="en-us" />

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