sweeva.com, and was unimpressed by it right off the bat graphically, as it looks to be about four years behind the times.
Dated graphics aside, the sites main spiel is that you can "own" keywords and get paid after you see results, something about residual income and profit-share credits, and your standard referral commission stuff. I decided to give it a shot, and see how much it would cost to "buy" a keyword. I checked affiliate first, and saw that it could be mine for only 212.095 "kooday dollars". Unsure what exactly the exchange rate is on "kooday dollars", I checked the faq and found out that its 1:1, meaning one kooday dollar equals one, um, normal dollar. I could probably dig deeper into this already excruciating minutiae, but I'm not going to.
Aside from their dubious currency, dated look, and a few too many promises of things to come (Advertisers will be lining up to try kooday!), the last blurb on their about page says: "If you ever wanted to participate in something very unique, then kooday is a must to join!" I'd rather participate in something very profitable if I'm going to spend money, whether it's normal dollars or kooday dollars. Thumbs down.