I'm looking at doing a 301 redirect to gain fake page rank. The site in question is already indexed by Google and they have cached the site's pages. If I was to redirect all pages, when google spiders my site and it then redirects to a high PR site, I should leverage their PR as Google thinks the sites are the same. The problem is that all of my indexed pages will then also be redirected to the high PR site and I imagine Google will drop the cached pages, or cache them as the home page of the high PR site. My workaround theory is to utilise the .htaccess file so only the home page of my site redirects to the high PR site, and the rest of the site pages are left untouched by adding a no cache command and as they are already cached I imagine they will be left untouched on the Google index. The problem with this is when someone types into Google "site:mysite.com" the home page will be shown as the high PR site and the other pages will show the original cached pages from my site. The URL's wont match thus giving the game away. When I remove the 301 redirect, then hopefully Google will spider my site and then re-cache the home page back to its original state whilst keeping the fake PR until the next PR update, when it will drop to 0 again. The only thing is how long do you think it will take for Google to re-cache the pages in their index? Obviously I would want them to re-cache before the next PR update to gain the benefits of the fake PR. Has anyone successfully mastered the art of fake page rank whilst making the site look legit after they gained the PR? By the way, I'm not doing this to sell on some dodgy site as I hate scammers, this is to help me get my site get approved for advertising.