What is the difference in dot com and dot net?

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There is no fixed "exchange rate" between the com and the net. Dot .net domains can sell for hundreds, or for tens of thousands of dollars. It all depends on the ability of the seller to extract a higher price from the buyer. I've sold .net domains for five figures. Germans love .net domains.
 
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.com is used for commercial business; most of the online seller used this domain.

.net is used for networking services and internet service providers.
 
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[dot]com is used for globally as it is commercial TLD. Most of the network companies using [dot]net by representing their service. [dot]org is used by organizations and trust. ... Yes, people in general type the domain and type .com after that, but that is because .com was first publicly known extension.