Ready to start creating your first ad campaign? What is Facebook Ads Manager? The Ads manager is where you go to create and manage your campaigns, of course! In full, you can use the ads manager to:. The bulk of your screen will consist of four tabs:. Once you start clicking around, you will find that there are all kinds of data and tools available for you to use. Facebook does a good job to guide you through creation. Now, on Facebook you can choose from a handful of campaign objectives that match your advertising goals.
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Add Ad Accounts in Business Manager
In your Business Manager, you can add ad accounts that you own and get access to ad accounts that other people or businesses own. Note: Deactivating an ad account doesn't delete the ad account from your business. A deactivated ad account still counts towards your ad account limit.
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You may have a precise idea of your ideal target customer in mind already. If you are a small business or are asked to manage a client's ads, it would be ideal to consider adding a Facebook Ad Account if you don't already have one. If you are creating an Ads account for your client, you will be able to set up an account for them through your Business Manager account. So, what is a Facebook Ad Account? It's used to manage your ads on Facebook and can be managed by multiple people.
Track your progress Log in. We are gradually introducing changes to Ads Manager. If your Ads Manager looks different from the images in this lesson, learn more about changes to Ads Manager. In this lesson, we'll set up your Facebook Ads Manager account. We'll show you how to change your time zone, currency, payment methods and spending limit. NOTE: To learn more about account spending limits and how they affect your campaigns, see our Help Center article on spending limits. Now that you've set up your ad account, we'll get into some of the more robust features of Ads Manager.