I stumbled across a site called http://www.tipsbase.com/ - allows you to submit tips as well as a link with your tip.
It doesn't appear to have any nofollow tags and also allows you to earn 100% from 2/3 adsense ads.
Thought I'd throw it out there - haven't really explored it yet so not sure on it's quality, checked PR and it's a 3.
I checked some stats on the site it appears to be a very low traffic site and when I visited it it doesn't look very polished. But as far as backlinking goes it may be worth a shot. Thanks for the tip
This site had some good traffic and revenue info on tipsbase
Revenue info is not at all accurate from sites like website outlook. Only PR, alexa and server location stats are accurate.
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