Hi, I'm a bit confused as to how pagerank works in terms of re-directs (301, 302's) so wonder if someone can clarify.... The reason I ask is that I have a particular domain which I've owned since 2006 which was bought to use as a personal site. It ended up not being used till 2009 when I put a personal photography site on it. The site was live (but in a half finished state) till 2011 so I'm pretty sure would not have attracted any PR of it's own accord as I did no marketing of it. I took it down mid 2011 and did a temporary re-direct (302) to the website of a company I was working for at the time (I have since checked their website's PR and it's PR4). Around a year ago I checked it's PR for the first time and it was PR4 (it remains at that today). I presume this is because of this re-direct but it seems a bit weird and illogical to me that my domain could gain pagerank through something as simple as this, particularly as it was a temporary as opposed to permanent re-direct..... I have just taken the re-direct off a few days ago to see what happens.... I presume my PR will tank now so there will be no point in me trying to exploit this situation by using the domain for something else?