when I tried to join google they wanted my URL. I haven't got one . What do I do now ?
Are you talking about Google Adsense? I assume you are, because I don't believe they ask you that for a gmail account. When I joined Google, they asked me the same question, and I believe I just left it blank with no problems, but I Could be wrong, if that doesn't work, maybe try starting a quick blog, threw blogger.com, just to get a URL address that you own, well not own, but that is your own for the most part, Blogger is free to join as well, and if you choose, you can use the same login as your gmail account if you have one or created one. Hope this helps.
THATS REAL SIMPLE WRITE ABOUT 10 ARTICLES HERE ON HUBPAGES ALL RELATED BEFORE APPLYING FOR GOOGLE ADSENCE PROGRAMTHEN SIMPLY USE THE URL ( THE WEB ADRESS YOU SEE AT THE TOP OF YOUR HUBPAGE YOU WROTE I.E >>>>>
( http://www.hubpages.com/yourhubpage article )
IF YOU ONLY SEEK A GOOGLE ACCOUNT SIMPLY USE THE URL ADDRESS FROM ONE OF YOUR HUBS HERE ON THE SITE.
I am not clear with your question. What is this joining all about is it on Internet or on their project? Do you want to make a website before joining?
Anyway I will tell you possible answers I have. If you want to make a website make on blogger. It is simple and easy.
OR If you want to have good running website then buy it from anybody . For this you need to have $50 ready to spend. Join any freelancer website like getafreelancer etc. and post a project "sale of website or blog". Write your requirements of your desired website like how much google page rank does seller website have, how long it should be in running position etc. You will have lot of bidders who are currently running their blog and ready to sale. Buy any one you want. If you need more clarifications drop comment on my website. Link to my website is mentioned at my profile.Thanks
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