Ok, I've pondered this for some time now and I'd love to hear of any tips that people have. So, you catch a great domain e.g. mobiles.co.uk (Ok, in my dreams at least), you redirect the domain to a parking service like NameDrive or Sedo and wait for the hits to roll in. Naturally you get type in traffic but because the domains point to parking pages you get blacklisted by the Google and others and the traffic you get from search engines is minimal. By rights, generic one word domains should get an OKish listing if they weren't parked? (provided they have some page rank and the term isn't wildy competitive) So, my question is how do you have your domain parked and still visible to search engines. Is it that you have to change Nameservers rather than merely diverting (hasn't worked in my experience) or do you have to create a highly optimised page that bounces to the parked page? Any guidance appreciated.