If you have been doing your Facebook ads for a while and you don’t see any improvement in lowering your costs and positive results for your business maybe it’s time to hire a Consultant and share with him your Facebook Advertising Account.
A good Consultant or Partner is a person that will create your Facebook ads, test and tweak them in order to get you the best results at the lowest cost.
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The problem is how do you share your Facebook Advertising Account with a Consultant?
A Facebook Advertising Account is associated with your Facebook Profile and sharing you login information, username and password, with your Consultant is not the solution.
Having your Consultant using his Facebook Advertising Account and pay him $1,000 for the ads and his fee is not the solution either.
What you have to do is simply share your Facebook Advertising Account and this is how you do it.
Share your Facebook Advertising Account
Log in your Facebook account and go to this URL: https://www.facebook.com/ads/manage/settings.php
This will bring you to a page like this where you have to enter your password.
Click the “Continue” button.
This will bring you to your “Account Information” section where you can see your account number, name and currency used.
You will have to have a Facebook Ad Account already created to see this and if you have not, what I advise you to do is go through the process to run an ad to first set-up your ad account by yourself. This way you can make sure that your ad account is functional with your method of payment set-up and at least one ad that was run before sharing it with your Consultant.
When you scroll down your “Ad Account Settings” page, you will see a section called: “Ad Account Roles” and it is where you want to add your Consultant.
You will see yourself as the Ad account admin.
Click on the “Add a Person” button.
The first thing to do is to look up your Consultant and in order to see him you need to be Friends on Facebook.
If not, you still can use the email address he uses for Facebook at the condition he allowed it for searches.
The next step is to select “Ad account advertiser.”
>> Do not add him as an “Ad account admin” <<
Click the “Submit” button.
A message shows you that a person was added.
You can see now that your Consultant is added as a “Ad account advertiser.”
If you want to remove your Consultant from accessing your Facebook Ad Account just click the little cross.
Now, your Consultant can create and modify existing ads, look at reports and everything necessary to run ads.
How your Consultant sees your Facebook Ad Account
This is what your Consultant will see when accessing his “Manage Ads” section.
And from his “Ad Manager” or “Power Editor.”
It’s in another language but it’s normal as your Consultant can be in any country with his Facebook account set in another language.
Make your Consultant an Editor of your Facebook Page
There is one more thing that you should do and it is to make your Consultant an Editor of your Page.
Go to your Page and click on “Settings.”
Then go to the “Page Roles” tab.
This is similar to sharing your Ad Account, except that this is only for the Page.
Select the “Editor” option.
Never ever make someone else an “Admin” of your page unless you are trusted partners. If you add someone as an admin, this person can then remove you as an admin. There have been instances of Pages with a huge amount of Likes being stolen this way.
Click the “Save” button and you will be asked for your password.
Your Consultant is then added and you can remove them at any time clicking on the little cross.
When your Consultant is an “Editor” of your Page, he can then post updates and edit other things. This can be particularly useful when your he run post engagement campaigns of posts or videos he has himself created.
I hope this tutorial is useful for you.
If you have any questions about this, please let me know in the comments below.
If you are looking for a Consultant, contact me, I have helped several small businesses to lower their Facebook ad costs and get results.
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