Domainers, investors, end users whatever the situation might be - it is fairly common to monetize domains either temporarily unused or not developed to be parked with a service provider (such as Sedo, DNS, etc.) or develop your own ad serving parking page. Which all points to commercial activity for "gains". If you have several hundred names or thousands of names with a significant one time and renewal investment, you would want to utilize every means to recover the investment costs. No one is here for charity as best as we can tell (we do not own .orgs and participate in this forum). The risks one runs as best as I can tell: a) Even on generics, non trademarked domains, parking for revenue seems to be the first threshold or check against a domain owner when a INDRP is filed against them and works against domain owner irrespective of their clarifications and genuine intent? b) Zero Clicks offered by some providers had phishing links as they redirected to another URL - see my previous posts on that risk c) The revenue earned is typically not enough to cover renewal costs in a majority of cases - unless significant ad parking configuration and SEO effort is put in , so why park? So it may be best to not park domains especially borderline or clear cases of domains that could be subject to INDRP? In our case we are evaluating domain traffic patterns, domain visitors sources and pruning and growing as the needs may be our investment in .IN domains...One method we followed was to register a whole list of related domains in a category example hotels and drove all type in traffic to a singe hotel booking brand site.....we have for now taken down active sites and are evaluating relaunching them (Travel, hosting, domains, eCom) etc. What do experienced Domainers in this forum suggest we do - continue to park all .IN/.CO.IN domains, selectively park or NOT PARK at all? If so why? Thanks in advance!