Ezoic is a very strong tool that may help bloggers and publishers reach their goals in terms of profitability, site speed, user experience, AB testing, and content design.
However, not all websites are suitable for use with Ezoic. If you are unhappy with what Ezoic is doing to your website and you are observing some technical difficulties that either can’t be addressed or need a significant amount of knowledge or time to fix, you may be forced to remove a website hosted by Ezoic and switch to a different firm.
In this short piece, I’m going to walk you through some of the simplest steps you can take to remove your Ezoic account as well as any websites you may have associated with it.
So, instead of dragging out the introduction any further, let me help you find the answer that you’ve been seeking:
Steps For Deleting Ezoic Website
- Login to your Ezoic account
- Head over to the help center to raise a ticket
- Wait for Ezoic to respond
- Place a ‘phrase’ in your DNS records
- Let Ezoic know and the website will be removed
Step 1: Login To Your Ezoic Account
To begin the process of removing a website from Ezoic, you will first need to go to Ezoic’s main website to log in using the email address and password that you have associated with your Ezoic account, as demonstrated in the following section.
Step 2: Raise A Support Ticket
After you have successfully logged in, you will be taken to a dashboard similar to the one shown below. On this dashboard, Ezoic will provide you with critical information regarding the following numbers:
You should notice a navigation menu item that says “HELP CENTER” up in the top right corner of the screen.
Proceed to click on it, and once you have done so, select ‘My Tickets‘ from the drop-down menu to access the help forum. You will find a button labeled “Get in Touch” at the very bottom of the page if you scroll all the way down.
Simply clicking on that option will bring up a new page in front of you, on which you will be required to provide Ezoic with specific information regarding the removal of your website or the deletion of your domain.
On the page, you will select “adding or removing domains” from the drop down menu and then enter a subject line that is pertinent to the topic, as demonstrated below.
After you have done that, select the option that reads “Those articles didn’t help me,” and a new page will load in front of you. On this new page, you will be able to offer more information that is relevant to the problem that you are experiencing.
In this section, you will be required to provide as much information as is reasonably possible before clicking the “Create Ticket” button to submit the ticket.
Step 3: Wait For Ezoic’s Response
Ezoic is a reliable platform that has an outstanding customer service department that takes any inquiries about the company’s products and services very seriously. After you have contacted Ezoic about the issue and it has been escalated to a higher priority, it may take anything from a few hours to a few days before you receive an email response.
If you send a message but don’t get a response right away, don’t get anxious. Because Ezoic is such a large organization, they receive a great number of inquiries on a daily basis. You just need to be patient, and in a short while you will receive communication from them.
Step 4: Confirm The Site Belongs To You
They will ask you the reason why you want to delete the site (if you haven’t already described it) and will provide you with a ‘phrase’ that you will have to add to your DNS records when you get an email from Ezoic. If you haven’t already described the reason why you want to delete the site, you can skip this step.
It’s possible that the phrase will be something along the lines of “ezoic-account-XXXX” or something similar to that.
Now, in order to be able to verify that the website belongs to you, go to your hosting provider and either ask the team to add the phrase to your records automatically or do it manually by asking the support team who is responsible for doing it. This will allow you to confirm that the website is in fact yours.
To accomplish this is not actually all that difficult of a task. Every hosting provider makes available a large number of publications on DNS records, which you are free to research and implement on your own. But in most cases, the support team will either do it for you or walk you through the process.
Step 5: Let Ezoic Know
The final thing that you will need to do now is send Ezoic another message to let them know that the verification process has been successfully finished. This will be the last step that you will need to perform.
After this, you will get an additional email from Ezoic alerting you that your website has been removed from the database maintained by Ezoic.
You have the option of immediately disabling Ezoic by going into the settings; but, if you do nothing further, your website will not be impacted in any way by this change.
If you have integrated the website through its name servers, you will need to go into the settings for your domain and alter those name servers so that they point to the ones that were provided by your hosting provider by default.
In the event that you find yourself lost in the procedure, you may also get in touch with the technical support staff of your hosting provider.
And that wraps things up! Without going into a panic, you can get rid of an Ezoic account or website by following these steps.
As you can see, removing your website or domain from Ezoic or deleting your Ezoic account is neither a difficult nor a time-consuming procedure.
You will only need to complete a few straightforward steps, after which Ezoic and your hosting providers will take care of the majority of the remaining details.
I really hope that you were able to find the answer in this post. You are welcome to contact me through the comments area in the event that you have any inquiries.
Ezoic is a really excellent company to deal with, so make sure you allow them a little bit of time to fix any concerns. Using Ezoic can significantly enhance the revenue of your website, as well as the user experience and rankings of your site.