The way you explain it sounds a lot like a virtual redirect.
The same thing is done in the same likeness to http://welcome.to/inachu
You can use the gripper as a keyword getter but I doubt it if
the gripper itself would rank very high in relevance.
>It is also known as a gripper:
>When used in conjunction with Website Forwarding, the URL Gripper
>gives you control over the address shown in the the browser. When
>a user visits your website, the address shown in the browser can be
>either your website's "real" address or your own custom address.
> e.g. the real address could be www.isp.co.uk/home/page/index.html
>place a gripper over this address, e.g. www.yourname.com,
>then when people access your site they won't see the real address,
>they will see the gripper address.
>hope this clarifeis things and my original question can be answered