How To Set Up Facebook Ad Clients – Updated Method!

How To Set Up Facebook Ad Clients – Updated Method!

In this video, I show you exactly how to set up Facebook Ad clients for your social media marketing agency (SMMA). This process changed in mid 2019 – this is the facebook ads new method.


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10 thoughts on “How To Set Up Facebook Ad Clients – Updated Method!”

  1. If your client already has an Ad account t and has run ads before, once they give you access to set up and run their ads, after you do all that will they be able to see the ad history and interests and all the info what we used to set up that ad? Say they give us a retainer each month but decide to quit, can they run / edit that same ad we created for them?

  2. Something that I haven't found true clarity on is why it's more logical to run ads on their account as opposed from your own. It's more of a micromanagement question. I understand preventing an ad account gridlock-nightmare if your personal accounts get deactivated, and I also understand the clients having more transparency and control over their ad account – but, for me, this continues to result in clients wanting to micromanage my ad campaign setup choices. Sometimes even going so far as to tweak things when I'm not looking, which leads to confusion tracking metrics and results. It doesn't always happen, but am I breaking some kind of law if I simply want to run these ads on my side only, then share relevant results and pertinent campaign details while keeping them hands-off?

  3. I real question a client may ask is why you need admin access when I can give you employee access to run ads and post content?
    Giving admin access to your page is really risky for the client.

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