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I have a highly ranked website... mysite.co.uk that I would like to rename mysite.com (the .co.uk is highly ranked because lots of sites link to it)
The question is, how do I rename/redirect without jeopardising the PageRank?
At the moment, mysite.com is pointing to the mysite.co.uk...
But... will Google allow this? And if so what will happen to my PageRank?
Now, if you're talking about your company logo also being the name of the domain...still...leave your domains alone. Just change your logo on the site...nothing wrong with a company owning more than one domain.
If you're getting good results...I say keep it the way it is and just point the .com to your old site. Is there a particular reason you want people going to the ".com" domain instead of your ".co.uk" domain?
It's a long operation, but the sooner you do it (if you HAVE to do it) the better.