I've got the following domain name pier\co\uk which used to belong to an online and bricks and mortar homewares company that went bust. (http://www.theguardian.com/business/2008/dec/04/high-street-retailers-the-pier and http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/...ture-store-collapses-into-administration.html) I've had 2 firm offers on the domain, £2500 via email and £5500 from Sedo so someone sees some value in it. The parent company that owned the domain still operate in Iceland under Pier.is have shown an interest but never made an offer. I've tried marketing the domain to end users but nobody is interested so I'm looking to utilise the domain to potential drive some revenue. There's a decent number of backlinks still sending traffic over from "home" type websites. There are however some trademarks to be careful from the parent company so I can't just pop up the same content that was on there previously. Any ideas on the best course of action? I've had a holding page up there capturing email addresses for a mailing list. I've had 1 adsense block it's made about £15 - £20 per month with no content on the 1 landing page. I've now got the .UK registered, I overpaid for the .org.uk when it looked like .org.uk might get .UK rights and I've registered the .wales and .cymru extensions just for fun! Any thoughts and ideas on how I can create a site that avoids the trademarks but is still relevant to the traffic that's coming in?