How to Create Facebook Ads With Business Manager
Have you ever used your Facebook Business Manager to create or claim an ad account? If you want to run Facebook advertisements, it’s not practical for you and your team to do so using your personal ad account. Facebook announced Facebook Business Manager in April 2014 to make it easier to manage Facebook advertisements and pages. Team members or advertisers can use this tool to manage all of their ad accounts, Pages, apps, and permissions in one spot.
Now we’ll show you how to use Facebook Business Manager to create a new ad account or claim an existing one, as well as how to better manage permissions on several Facebook assets for your team.
- Go to https://business.facebook.com to access your Facebook Business Manager. If you haven’t done so before, simply follow the procedures to do so.
- Under “People and Assets,” you’ll find the tab “Ad Accounts” in your Business Manager Settings.
- Select “Create a New Ad Account” if you wish to create a new ad account.
- Choose “Time zone” and “Currency” after entering your Ad account name. Please keep in mind that the currency must match the currency of the payment method you want to add afterwards to avoid Facebook deactivation. When you run campaigns with this Ad account, Facebook will use the time zone and currency settings.
- To this Ad Account, add yourself as “Ad account admin” and your team members with relevant roles.
- To activate the ad account, you must first add a payment method. Select “Payment Methods” from the drop-down menu. It’s worth noting that the payment method must be successfully specified before the campaign can be activated.
- With “Billing Country,” “Currency,” and Credit/Debit Card details, choose a Payment Method. Note that you must be the Ad account admin, and the payment method and Ad account currencies must match.
- Return to the “Ad Accounts” tab. Your new Ad Account will be visible!
In your Business Manager, you can only establish two ad accounts at a time! Your original personal ad account can also be transferred to your Business Manager. Return to step 2 and this time select “Claim an Ad Account.” Simply enter your personal ad account ID and confirm your request. After you’ve completed these steps, you’ll be able to manage and control all of your ad accounts from one location.
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