How To Deactivate Semrush Account

Are you interested in closing your account with SEMrush? At times, you may find it necessary to deactivate your SEMrush account for different reasons. This blog post will provide you with a thorough guide on how to handle this process.

Before you Deactivate

Before we jump into how you can deactivate your SEMrush account, it’s important to note that once your account is deactivated, all your data and project history will be lost. Make sure to download any valuable data before you proceed with deactivation.

Steps to Deactivate Your SEMrush Account

  1. Log in to your SEMrush account. Enter your username and password on the login page and click on the ‘Login’ button.
  2. Once logged in, click on the user profile icon at the top right corner of the dashboard.
  3. In the dropdown menu, click on ‘Profile Settings’.
  4. Now, navigate to the ‘Account Info’ tab. Here, you will see all the details related to your SEMrush account.
  5. Scroll down the page to find the ‘Delete Account’ section. Click on it.
  6. SEMrush will ask you to enter your password to confirm the action. Enter your password and click ‘Delete Account’.
  7. A confirmation message will appear. If you wish to proceed, click ‘Yes, delete my account’.

And there you have it! You have successfully deactivated your SEMrush account.

Need to Reactivate Your Account?

If you change your mind and wish to reactivate your SEMrush account, you will need to start from scratch. Since all your data is deleted upon deactivation, you cannot retrieve your old projects or data.

If you are planning to cancel your subscription due to confusion or difficulty in using SEMrush, consider reaching out to their support team first. They may be able to help you navigate through the platform and help you leverage its features and tools effectively.

We hope this guide has helped you understand how to deactivate your SEMrush account. Remember, deactivation should be your last resort. Before taking this step, make sure all the other options have been explored.