How To Add Your Existing FB Page In Your New Business FB Account

When I log in to my ad account to check my recently uploaded Ad.
I was shock when I saw in my Ad account this message.
ad disabled
To that I have just uploaded a new campaign to run.
The Ad was stop since my ad account was disabled.
Luckily Facebook doesn’t include personal account that is link to this ad account.
I contact Facebook regarding this to appeal and to know the behind it.
I have waited several days for a response through Facebook but there’s none.
So I contact them again sending information that is needed.
Again no response through Facebook.
I did this several times.
Unfortunately, I was waiting with a wrong thought that they would response in my Facebook.
I never did thought to check my email to see if they send a message.
And as I realize, I check my mail inbox and saw their message.
I can no longer run ads with my account.

Now that I cannot create new ads to run .
I decided to create a new business.facebook.com to continue running and testing ads.
It was like back to zero, create FB page, business.facebook.com, etc.
But luckily I can link my existing Facebook page that I used to run my previous ad.

Here’s how to add your exisitng FB page.
In your business.facebook.com page.
Click Settings
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Click Pages

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Click Add New Page at the right corner.

 

 

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Choose Request access to page then click Next button.

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Type the FB page you want to link

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Select a role you want. This is the “Access right” on the page you are linking.

 

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Then click Request Access

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You will receive a notification on your account where the page is previously connected.

 

 

 

 

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