It's interesting to read how some people define a "domainer." Judging by the some of the definitions I've come across, some view domainers and domain parking as the ultimate evil. This is obviously not an accurate statement as not all domainers park their domains (and even if they did, as long as they are not cybersquatting or infringing on a TM, why does it upset people?). Also, many domainers turn their domains into fully functioning websites. Others produce mini-sites etc. There's more than one way a domainer can monetize a website. Well according to this definition, domainers produce no content but just displays ads via domain parking. This is clearly another assumption that domainers only ever set up parked pages. Now this definition sounds a bit more accurate: So many times, I've read articles that discuss domainers in the same sentence as cybersquatters, infringers etc. As mentioned here, we need to work hard to separate professional domainers from cybersquatters, and clean up the image of the domain industry. Perhaps we'll then find more positive definitions of a domainer? What's your definition of a domainer?