Finding New gTLD Dictionary Domains On ExpiredDomains.net

If you monitor domain sales on a regular basis then you’ve probably noticed dictionary domains tend to sell pretty often and for good prices. That’s because dozens of people inquire and try to make deals on different dictionary domains every single day. These types of domains have been around going as far back as the launch of the internet and the reasons why they’re so popular should be self-explanatory. There are companies of all sizes that operate on dictionary domains which includes financial institutions, sports teams, media companies, and tech businesses. As a result, the demand for good dictionary domain names is strong and will probably remain so for the distant future, with values of them continuing to rise. Finding a good dictionary .COM that’s recently expired is pretty hard these days. It’s almost like finding a needle in a haystack and simply because nobody lets them expire due to their value and rareness. Even good dictionary words in the newer gTLDs (such as .NEWS, .SOLUTIONS and .STORE) are mostly taken. But, some people do let valuable dictionary words in those extensions expire and drop which opens up new opportunities for investors who want to try and get at least a few good dictionary words into their portfolio at an affordable price.

Below I am going to explain how you can easily browse through both pending delete and recently dropped expired domains that are dictionary words and may be of some value. If you can find a dictionary word that fits into the appropriate new gTLD (such as Television.media) then it would be well worth the registration or backorder fee! So, if you find a name how do you plan on getting it? Well, if the name is in Pending Delete status then you’ll need to wait for it’s Drop Day before you can attempt to register it. The best way to secure pending delete domains is by drop catching them yourself using software like DesktopCatcher. If the domain has already been deleted then (assuming it’s still available) you’ll be able to go and register it right away! Registrars like DynaDot currently support most new gTLDs and offer some of the cheapest registration fees you’ll find online! That being said, let’s get to work.

Create/Login to ExpiredDomains.net

Before you can before doing any lookups you’ll need to Create an Account at ExpiredDomains.net. If you already have an account, begin by logging in Here.

Find New gTLD Pending Delete Dictionary Domains

Start by clicking the Pending Delete tab at the top of the page once you’re logged in. Next, click the red Show Filter link below the tabs. Under the “Common” tab check the box that says “no Numbers” under Domain Name Settings and then find the area that says Dictionary Word Domains and you should see several different countries displayed there. Select the countries you wish to look under (for my example I’ll only check the English box) and below that put “1” for the minimum and “1” for the maximum next to “Word Count.” Finally, click the “Additional” tab and check the box that says “only ngTLDs” under the New gTLDs area and press the Apply Filter button. Initially the database contained about 3,734,387 domains. After applying these filters we were able to drop it down to 17,390. You can proceed to filter through those even more by arranging them based on their length or other extensions currently registered. I was able to quickly find a couple interesting names like Newsfeed.xyz, Jerseys.club and Affordable.gallery.

Find Recently Deleted New gTLD Dictionary Domains

Once logged in you should see a tab called ngTLDs with a drop down arrow. Click the drop down and select the extension you wish to look under (for my example I’ll select .SOLUTIONS). Next, click the red Show Filter link below the tabs. Under the “Common” tab check the box that says “no Numbers” under Domain Name Settings and then find the area that says Dictionary Word Domains and you should see several different countries displayed there. Select the countries you wish to look under (for my example I’ll only check the English box) and below that put “1” for the minimum and “1” for the maximum next to “Word Count” and then press the Apply Filter button. Initially the database contained about 46,452 domains and after applying these filters it dropped down to 5,012 which can be further filtered by arranging based on length or other extensions the names are currently registered in. I was able to quickly find some interesting names like Bronze.solutions, Barbecue.solutions and Airsoft.solutions.

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