In trying to sign up for Adsense or Amazon, they ask for a primary URL or website.
Since every hub has its own URL, how do I create a primary URL or website on hub pages?
I hope my question is sufficiently clear????
And thank you all for coming back so quickly with answers to issues that I have been trying so hard to resolve on my own.
What a wonderful team spirit exists here on hub pages
I believe you should use your profile URL and just hubpages.com will be rejected.
Thanks Misha, for the information
If we sign for AdSense through HP i think it won't ask for url it will automatically takes the profile url
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