The restricted or locked account is probably a headache for businesses and advertising people. Facebook advertising is the leading trend in promoting online business in the 21st century. Most companies choose to advertise if they want to reach the right potential customers and generate sales quickly. Having an account problem will directly affect revenue.

So how to create multiple Facebook ad accounts and manage them to serve business activities while ensuring safety?

What is an ad account?

Advertising is a function of Facebook that allows users to advertise products they want to sell. To reach the right audience quickly and widely, users need to create an account to run ads and pay for Facebook.

What are the advantages of creating an account to run Facebook ads?

  • Reach many potential audiences in a wide range and short time.
  • The interface is familiar and easy to use, as most people are familiar with the Facebook platform.
  • Directly advertise products without creating a website.
  • There are many optional advertising methods.

Facebook ad accounts are currently divided into two types:

Personal ad account – Personal account: a commonly used account type, which is the account when you create Facebook and can run ads by default. However, a personal account only serves a small need simply because it has more limited functionality than a business account.

Business account: This type of account is not used to like, share, or chat like a personal account. The business account is used to develop the brand, manage Facebook Fanpage, etc.

How to create multiple Facebook ad accounts

How to create a personal ad account

  • Step 1: Go to facebook.com.
  • Step 2: Enter information to create an account.
  • Step 3: Click the register button.
  • Step 4: Activate the account (get the Facebook code sent to the phone number or email you entered and then enter it in the confirmation box).
  • Step 5: Set up other information such as avatar, cover, hometown, etc.

How to create a business ad account

Before creating an ad account, you must create a business manager – Facebook Business Manager.

  • Step 1: Need a personal Facebook account, fully updated information, security settings (how to create a personal account above).
  • Step 2: Access Facebook Business Manager: business.facebook.com > select the Create account button.
  • Step 3: Enter the business name, and email address > select Continue.
  • Step 4: Set up information for business accounts: country, address, phone number, website, service purpose > select Submit.
  • Step 5: Confirm email and complete registration.

You can now create a business ad account in the business manager.

  • Step 1: Open the Account tab > select Ad Account > select Add > select New Ad Account.
  • Step 2: Account settings: advertising account name, advertising on behalf of, time zone, currency, payment method > select Create ad account.
  • Step 3: Add an account management member; you can choose now or skip to add later.
  • Step 4: Receive notification of successful account creation, and the ad account you just created will appear in the business manager.

Create multiple Facebook ad accounts

  • With a personal Facebook account: create up to 3 business advertising accounts
  • For each business Facebook account: create up to 3 ad accounts.

So how to create more Facebook ad accounts?

Long-term operation with an increasing advertising budget will be a plus point for Facebook to allow you to create more ad accounts.

You can create multiple Facebook accounts by creating multiple individual accounts. But the verification problem needs to be very careful because creating multiple accounts is very easy to be locked out of Facebook.

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