Ezoic is an extremely powerful platform for bloggers and publishers who want to achieve goals related to monetization, site speed, user experience, AB testing, and content design.
But not all sites are a perfect fit for Ezoic. If you are not happy with what Ezoic is doing to your website and you are noticing some technical problems that can’t be fixed or require a lot of knowledge/time, you might have to delete a website from Ezoic and switch to a different company.
In this quick post, I’m going to share with you some of the easiest steps you can take to delete your Ezoic account or website.
So, let’s not stretch the intro any longer and help you find the solution you are looking for:
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
The first step that you are going to take in order to delete a website from Ezoic is simply to head over to Ezoic’s official website and login with your email address and password as shown below.
Step 2: Raise A Support Ticket
Once you have logged in, you will see a dashboard as shown below where Ezoic shares the important numbers you should know:
In the top right corner, you will see a navigation menu item saying ‘HELP CENTER’.
Go ahead and click on that and then choose ‘My Tickets’ from the drop-down menu and you will be taken to a support forum. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see a ‘Get In Touch’ button.
Just click on that very button and a new page will appear in front of you where you will have to share the details with Ezoic about deleting your domain or removing your website.
On the page, you will choose ‘adding or removing domains’ from the drop down menu and put a relevant subject line as shown below.
Once done that, click on the button saying ‘Those articles didn’t help me’ and another page will appear in front of you where you are going to want to share more information related to the case/issue.
Here, you will have to share as much information as possible and submit the ticket by clicking the ‘Create Ticket’ button.
Step 3: Wait For Ezoic’s Response
Ezoic is a trustworthy company with a brilliant support team that actually takes all types of concerns seriously. Once you have raised the ticket, it can take anywhere from a couple of hours to a couple of days before you get a mail from Ezoic.
Don’t panic if you don’t get a response right then and there. Ezoic is a big company and gets a lot of requests every single day. Just be patient and you will hear from them after a little bit of time.
Step 4: Confirm The Site Belongs To You
When you get a mail from Ezoic, they will ask you the reason why you want to delete the site (if you haven’t described it already) and will provide you with a ‘phrase’ that you will have to add to your DNS records.
The phrase could be something like “ezoic-account-XXXX” or something along the lines.
Now, to be able to verify the site belongs to you, head over to your hosting provider and either ask the team to add the phrase to your records or do it manually by asking the support team who it’s done.
It’s not really a very complex thing to do. Every hosting company provides a lot of articles about DNS records that you can browse and do it yourself. But generally, the support team will do it for you or will guide you.
Step 5: Let Ezoic Know
The last step you will have to take now is to hit up Ezoic once again with a mail informing them that the verification step has been completed successfully.
After this, you will receive another mail from Ezoic informing you that your website has been deleted from Ezoic’s database.
You can choose to turn Ezoic off now by going into settings or bother not to do anything further as it will have no effect on your site.
If you have integrated the site via name servers, you will have to go to your domain settings and change them back to the default ones provided by your hosting provider.
You can also contact your hosting provider’s technical support team in case you get confused with the process.
And that’s it! This is how you delete an Ezoic account or website without freaking out.
As you can see, removing your website/domain or deleting your account from Ezoic is no big or complicated task.
You just have to take simple steps and Ezoic as well as your hosting providers will take care of most of the things.
I hope you found the solution in this post. If you have got any questions, you can let me know via the comments section.
Also, Ezoic is a really great company to work with, make sure you give them a little bit of time to fix your issues as using Ezoic will drastically improve your site’s revenue, user experience, and rankings.