If this is the first time that you advertise on Facebook and you don’t have Business Manager setup, we highly recommend that you have one setup. You can follow the steps here to sign up for a Business Manager account. Once that’s done, please make sure to follow the steps here to claim your page (if you have one currently) so your page is linked to your Business Manager.
Once that’s done, follow the steps in Section B to provide us access to your Business Manager and setup your Ad Account.
If you need help with setting up a Business Manager account, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get this setup for you. There are two options:
Option #1 - We can create an account on your behalf then provide you with full admin access and make you the ownership of the account
Option #2 - We set it up directly under your Facebook account in which case we’ll need the login to your Facebook. You can change your password later or share your login using a password sharing tool such as LastPass.
Please indicate which option you prefer in the email and provide relevant login access.
If you’re not sure if you have a Business Manager account setup, there are two options:
Provide us the username and password of your Facebook account so we can look into this for you. You can change your password later or share your login using a password sharing tool such as LastPass.
Follow the steps in Section C to provide us access to your Facebook Page and your Facebook Ad Account.
To give us access to your Google Webmaster Tools account you will need to add our email address as a user:
Follow these instructions:
Once signed in you'll see your site, or a list of websites that have been verified using Google Webmaster Tools.
A list of Users and Site Owners will appear. There are two types of users that you can add to your Google Webmaster Tools account: Restricted and Full.
Site owners always have complete control over all settings in Webmaster Tools. A Full user can change most settings and take most site actions like submitting a new URL to Google's search index. Restricted users in Google Webmaster Tools are generally restricted to view only permissions.
Be Careful of who you give full access to. Google Webmaster Tools are powerful and can have a significant impact on improving or ruining your Website's performance.
To give us access to your Google Analytics account you will need to add our email address as a user:
Follow these instructions:
The first thing you need to do is to sign in to your Google Analytics account and choose the site for which you’d like to grant access.
Then, click the Admin option.
Now you’ll notice there’s a User Management link under every column. That’s because there are 3 levels of access: Account, Property and View:
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to give us Account access to your website analytics. That's because we will often need this to link data to your Google Adwords account.
To do that, click the User Management link in the middle, under the Account column.
Now you’ll be asked to enter the email of the user to whom you’d like to give access. You can give permissions to manage users, collaborate, edit or read and analyze. Usually, Content First support will need Edit access.
You can select Notify this user by email to send a notification to each user you’re adding. Then, click Add.
That’s it! You’ve successfully allowed a user to access your Google Analytics account.
When an invitation is accepted, the owners of the listing will be notified via email. All users in the account can view the names and email addresses of the owners and managers of the listing.
When a user is removed, they'll be notified via email.
When you remove a user, that person will no longer be able to edit business information or take any administrative actions for the listing. However, all of their past responses to reviews, posts, comments, and other actions will remain intact.