Social News: Facebook Eases the Pain of Managing Multiple Business Pages

Do you manage multiple Facebook business pages and/or ad accounts?

If the answer is yes, you’ve likely felt the mind-numbing pain and frustration of trying to keep all of your accounts straight. Up until now, Facebook hasn’t made it easy for users to manage multiple pages.

At TKG, we manage multiple business pages and advertisement accounts – and it can get quite cumbersome to navigate from account to account, in addition to having the risk of using incorrect payment methods on different advertising campaigns without a way to switch between payment methods.

All of that has changed with the launch of Facebook’s business manager tool. Marketers, rejoice!

The new tool will allow admins more control and keep everything in one place.

Here are the basic steps to get your Facebook business manager account setup:

Step 1: Login to your Facebook Account

Step 2: Go to

Step 3: Scroll to the bottom of the page and click get started.

setting up facebook business manager

Step 4: Read the “Getting Started” page, then click “Next”.

Step 5: Enter Information about your business, then click “Next”.

Step 6: Enter your business name and select which page you want to use as your primary business page. Please note that you need to have admin privileges for the page you would like to use as the primary. Click “Next” to move to the next step.

Step 7: Enter your personal information to setup your business manager user account, then click “Next.”

And just like that you are set up to add business pages and ad accounts. From now on, you will need to go to to manage your primary business page.

Try it out and let us know what you think! Does the change help your business?

Aaron's love of marketing led him to TKG as one of our newest web marketing specialists. Among other topics, Aaron will be blogging about online brand development and SEO.

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