How to Create Additional Facebook Ad Accounts

Have you or anyone you know ever had a Facebook Ad account shutdown?

If so, you’ll want to know how to create additional Facebook ad accounts.

As you probably already know… Facebook and Zuckerberg are hell bent on improving the Facebook user experience (UX).

Which means they’ll have no problem shutting down your Facebook ad account if they feel you’re not playing by their rules.

But the problem is…

… with Facebook’s guidelines changing all the time, it’s tricky to know what you can and can’t say in your Facebook ads.

Which is why we’ve come up with a simple solution that will cover you no matter what!

WATCH THIS VIDEO BELOW NOW to find out how to create additional Facebook ad accounts so you’ll never have to worry about the dreaded Facebook shutdown again.

 

Facebook Ad Account Shutdown

So there you have it!

the best way to prevent your personal ad account from being shutdown is to have multiple ad accounts.

That way if one of them gets shutdown you’ll have back up accounts ready and waiting to go for you!

Be sure to go HERE to set up your Business Manager Account

REMEMBER: Do NOT add in a payment method for the extra ad accounts until the one you’re currently using has been shutdown.

Final Thoughts: Additional Facebook Ad Accounts

In conclusion, the last thing you want to deal with as a marketer is getting your Facebook Ad account shutdown.

Now that you’ve watched the above video you know that creating a Business Manager Account is the way to go.

By doing this you’ll have additional Facebook ad accounts ready and waiting for you to use in the event the original one get shutdown.

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