@namemarket , You mentioned 'SEO ranking', afaik, SEO ranking loses ground every day a domain is parked. Maybe I missed something in what you said though. All in all (and that's from *my* experience only), if a domain has low clicks, that's due: a. random visitors that arrived at the lander page by mistake b. traffic is not what you think it is. eg. From time to time, I get domains that their traffic has all reasons to click A but they click B. I expect traffic to come from A and instead it comes from B, etc. Maybe the visitors when the domain was an active website received completely different visitors than when it got parked due to some ranking weirdness (eg. appearing in the searches of a different country while getting lost from the original country the domain received traffic from). c. domain attracts uninterested visitors to interact with the website d. script blockers/AV software. Those are the worst as they are usually responsible for when you receive traffic but no clicks (visitor sees just a blank page or a page with no ads) and finally, e. traffic from HTTPS. I think Bodis have implemented a way for that traffic to be usable but it wasn't before. With other services, only worthy domains can use https traffic. maybe you need to do a re-check on your domains to see what really is the problem, maybe you missed something along the way when you optimised the keywords.