Do you know that a big number of businesses willingly give permissions to access Facebook ads account?
Giving your Facebook account login is not recommended and in fact – highly insecure.
In order to avoid this common mistake, we’ve prepared a short guide for giving security to access Facebook ads account.
Access Facebook Ads Account
Facebook ads are a powerful way to specifically target people to get them what they want. You can read more on that in [our consumer psychology overview], but right now we will show you how to give access and manage permissions to your Facebook ads account.
After you create Facebook ad account the next step is to use it to market your products.
To give someone permission to view ad performance or to create, stop and edit ads from your Facebook page, you can add them so they can access Facebook ads account. Essentially you give access to facebook ads account. To add someone to your ad account:
1. Go to Account Settings in your Facebook Ads Manager.
2. In the Ad Account Roles section, click Add a Person.
3. Enter the name or email address of the person you want to add.
Keep in mind that you can only add your friends or people who allow you to search for them by email.
4. Select Ad Account Admin, Ad Account Advertiser or Ad Account Analyst and click Submit.
Note: People who have advertiser permissions will be able to see and edit ads using the payment method associated with the ad account.
People who have analyst permissions will only to be able to view ad performance.
Manage roles on your Facebook Ads Account
Advertising accounts have three types of admin permissions available to help you manage your account. When you give someone permission to access Facebook ads account, you choose what they’re able to do or see by assigning them a role. The table below outlines the 3 ad account roles (across) and what they’re able to do (down):
|Create and Edit Ads||✔||✔|
|Edit Payment Method||✔|
|Manage Admin Permissions||✔|
Don’t worry, granting people permissions to your advertising account doesn’t give them permission to log in as you or see things on your profile that you haven’t shared with them.