Regardless, many Bloggers may decide to setup a blog based upon their favourite rock star (porn star, TV show, whatever). But when they select the URL of their choice, they see
Oh noooooo! What do I do now??
So what to do now? Well, the obvious solution, for many, is to get into the Blogger Help Forum, and whine.
there are tooo many users who sign up with blogger, and chose some url, which i wanted to use, and yet, they left the pages blank.. this led me to the final resort of choosing a very silly url for myself.
Unfortunately, they are wasting time, as Blogger has explicitly stated in the Google Blogger Help database.
Blogger accounts and Blog*Spot addresses do not expire.and again in Google Blogger Help online forum FAQ
People claim blogs after years without use more often than you would think.
That's whether any given blog was created 5 years ago and never updated, or it was created last week, and updated daily. That blog does not expire, the Blogger who set it up has it for eternity, and you can't have the URL. Maybe the blog was deleted by the owner - you still can't have the URL.
Why not concentrate on getting indexed by the search engines? Content and Indexing - that's where your hits will come from, not from people who can (or can't) spell the name of the rock star (porn star, TV show, whatever) of interest. How many ways can you spell Jessica Simpson's name, after all? Pick something imaginative, for Pete's sake!
Now, along with the problem of wanting an unavailable URL for their blog, some folks want access to a private blog, without knowing the owner.
I find that for some reason, I can't access a blog I had regularly read in the past. According to Blogger, "It doesn't look like you have been invited to read this blog. If you think this is a mistake, you might want to contact the blog author and request an invitation."
How do I get the blog author's address to request an invitation or find a way back on?
But, as I've said before, if you don't know the owner of the blog, Blogger isn't going to help.
... we do not give out contact information for the owner of a blog.
If you had a popular URL, would you want Blogger to be handing out your email address, or emailing you monthly, or whenever some hopeful person (like you) decided to ask for your URL?
All that said, maybe you can do some detective work, find the owner of the URL, and persuade him / her to give it to you, or give you access. And, if she / he is willing to give the URL to you, have him / her transfer it properly - neither deleting the blog, nor deleting the owner account, will help you at all.