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Adding and Removing Businesses from your Subscriptions

Our subscription packages allow you to run an unlimited amount of campaigns on any businesses that you have admin access to (Facebook pages or non-FB businesses).

Adding more businesses to the Advanced or Power plans

When you first upgrade your account, this adds the business that you are currently managing as to the subscription package, but the rest of your businesses are still listed as free. The system is set up like this so you can add just the businesses that you want to host campaigns one at that time, giving you the extra flexibility to manage your participant counts based on your campaign schedule.

To add additional pages to your Advanced or Power plan, there are a just a few simple steps.

 

  1. Go to your Business Settings window and click Change Plan or “All Businesses” in the Recent Businesses area.
    New change plan/all businesses
  2. From here, click the green Upgrade button to the right of the business you want to add to the plan.
  3. upgrade button

  4. This will display a popup giving you the option to add the business to the existing plan or purchase a new one.
  5. Add to plan popup

If you click “Upgrade to a new subscription instead” you will see this popup:

Upgrade to a new subscription instead

Removing a business from an active subscription

To remove a business from your plan, from the Change Plan/Other Businesses screen, click the red “X” next to the business you want to remove, then click the red Remove Business button.

Remove business - red x

Switching the business on an active subscription

You can transfer your subscription from one business to another by removing your current business from the plan, selecting upgrade next to the business you would like to add to the plan, then clicking “Add to plan”.

Updated on October 26, 2018

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