How to Find Available One-Word Domains Using – Domain Name Wire isn’t just a resource for determining which domains to buy in the drop.

I started getting a bit interested in .gg domain names a few years ago, and found some good domains to register from an unexpected source:

I use to find expiring domains, but note that the name is expired areas. You can also sift through already expired domains on the service using filters of your choice. While all good .com domains are taken in direct auctions, some good names in less popular extensions pass deletion when you can register them manually.

Here’s how I find available single-word .gg domains that have already expired:

1. Go to the “Deleted Domains” tab at the top of the site

2. Select ccTLD G then .gg

3. Click “Show Filter”, go to the Dictionary Word Domains area, select English and a maximum word.

Image of dictionary word box showing English language and maximum word

4. Click the button to apply the filter and you will see a list of recently expired single word .gg domains.

The resulting list shows the domain, the metrics you select for each column, the deletion date, and the registration status. Take a look at the types of domains that have already been re-registered to see what’s popular. For example, when I ran this search,,, and were re-registered., and were still available. (You can also see the domains that were taken from the drop by clicking the “Caught Domains” button and selecting the TLD of your choice.) chart showing abandoned domains and their current registration status as available or registered

I used this method to register and, which I then sold. .Gg is getting more competitive, so it’s harder (but still possible) to find decent expired domains. But you can use this tool to find expired domains in just about any top-level domain.

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