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Or Universal Resource Locator. The standard address of any destination on the World Wide Web.
You may need a new domain name and universal resource locator that more accurately reflect the new name.
Domain names are the shortcuts used instead of the URL - the Universal Resource Locator - which is a complex series of letters and numbers identifying a website's place on the Internet.
In some electronic mail applications, clicking on a "live" universal resource locator (URL) link inside a mail message launches a web browser and takes the user directly to the indicated resource.
This stands for Universal Resource Locator. Type the URL exactly.
"At the same time, however, they come from a broad geographic market, which may or may not be conducive to your business." To attract local customers, make sure your website address (called a URL, which stands for Universal Resource Locator) is included on your stationery, business cards, brochures, direct mail, advertising and other promotional materials.

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