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#AskDM - How Do I Manage Facebook Ad Accounts For Multiple Clients ?

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#AskDM How to manage Facebook Ad Accounts? Facebook Business Manager. (www.digitalmarketer.com) Learn about Facebook Ad Management from DigitalMarketer's Molly Pittman.
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Bene88 (1 month ago)
Hey sister one of my ad accounts got disabled the personal one but I have multiple accounts can I use as payment method the same credit card as I used before or should I use another one? I haven't been online long time and yesterday I found that my personal ad account was disabled 😣 and Facebook does not communicate with me about the issue I don't know why they are sending me everytime the same message thank you very much!
Kat (1 month ago)
well no shit LOL
lea cole (3 months ago)
wtf you didnt show us how to do it????
J Cal Digital (6 months ago)
Thanks Molly - love your podcast episodes with Betty Rocker, by the way. For agencies like DM, what do you do when you have more than 5 clients to manage ad accounts for?
Saq Hussain (1 year ago)
Short, sweet, to the point. Helpful intro.
Great information
Maurice Ball (2 years ago)
How do you go about increasing your ad account creation?
WhiteHatBox Service (2 years ago)
using followinglike to manage multiple facebook accounts http://whitehatbox.blogspot.com/2016/05/whitehatbox-revolutionary-tools-for.html
Russ Hunter (3 years ago)
Thanks so much for the video Molly! Is there a way to enter in credit card details for the various different clients so that they're charged directly from Facebook for their advertising?
Russ Hunter (2 years ago)
Okay, thanks so much
Jessica Riches (2 years ago)
Hey, there's not. I'm not Molly, I just work in Digital Marketing also so thought I'd help. You can only have two Ad accounts and each of those can have different payment methods.
Hi Bye (2 years ago)
plop 9p
Max Allen-Clarke (2 years ago)

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