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Leading A.I. technology for online publishers and websites monetizing content with display ads, Ezoic announces its first group of Certified Seamless partners to assist its clients with hosting and more.

07-28-2021 - Ezoic’s New Certified Seamless Partnerships Help Its Customers with Hosting and More

The new Certified Seamless partners group includes some of the web’s most popular hosts, CDNs, and technologies. Here, we can mention digital infrastructure staples like Cloudflare, Kinsta, and BitNinja, among many others.

Ezoic is a Google Certified Publishing Partner. It enables its clients to streamline ad and ad partners’ implementation, optimization, and testing. It also delivers intelligent end-to-end tools and features for site speed, SEO, and more.

This new program will allow Ezoic users to locate reliable technologies to use simultaneously with Ezoic. In turn, clients will get fast and secure websites, ones ahead of industry trends and regulations.

Tyler Bishop, who serves the role of Chief Marketing Officer at Ezoic, had this to say:

The web grows more complex for publishers every day, and decisions that take away their focus from being able to run their business is something we can help with. Our Certified Seamless partners program provides our customer base with an easy way to identify technology stacks that work synergistically together.

The provider lists A2Hosting, Amazon Lightsail, Cloudflare, Kinsta, Krystal, Siteground, and BitNinja Technologies on its seamless technologies page.

Bishop further added:

Not only can we easily identify the technologies that will work best for our customers, but we can monitor the performance and consistency of these technologies across tens of thousands of sites.

As Ezoic continues to evaluate and add new partners to the program, the company encourages web hosts, CDNs, and other technologies to get in touch.

We’ve received a lot of interest about joining the program from hosts, WordPress developers, and other web technologies since announcing the program. We have a very large and diverse group of customers, and I think there is a lot of interest in working together to deliver publishers something that is most often accomplished by trial and error today.