This article outlines the process of how to share your Google Ads and Google Analytics accounts with our staff at Neon Treehouse. It’s important for us to have the appropriate level of access so we can get to work setting up your campaign.
Follow these steps below!
Step 1: Click the ‘Tools’ Icon in the top navigation bar and select “Account Access”
Step 2: Click the ‘+’ icon and invite [email protected] as a Standard User.
Step 1: Open your Google Analytics account and select the ‘Admin’ button in the left-hand menu
Step 2: Select ‘User Management’ in the ‘Account’ column
Step 3: Click the ‘+’ symbol and select ‘Add Users’, add [email protected] and make sure that all of the highlighted boxes are selected, then hit ‘Add’
Google Tag Manager
Step 1: Click Admin on the left-hand corner
1. In the Account column, select User Management.
Step 2: Click
Step 3: Select Add users.
Step 4: Enter [email protected]
Step 5: Under Account Permissions, select Administrator. This gives us the ability to create tracking and conversions.
Step 6: Select invite and you’re done!
Step 1: Click on the ‘Access’ tab in the left-hand menu.
Step 2: Click the ‘ADD’ button, add [email protected] and make sure to select the role as ‘Editor’ and then ‘Save’.
If you have a YouTube account, please use the following steps to assign us access.
Step 1: Click the menu on the left of your YouTube channel
Step 2: Under the ‘Account’ tab, select ‘Add or Remove Managers’
Step 3: Select ‘Manage Permissions’ and click the ‘add’ image icon at the bottom of the page
Step 4: Invite [email protected] as a manager
Google My Business
If you have a Google My Business account, please use the following steps to assign us access. If you’ve already added us to your YouTube account then you won’t need to do it again as this will cover access for both YouTube and Google My Business accounts.
Step 1: Open your Google My Business account and find the ‘Users’ tab on the side menu
Step 2: Click the ‘+’ icon and invite [email protected] as a manager to the page
Step 3: The table below outlines the different levels of access that are available on the platform, and what it means to you as an owner – the same permissions apply to YouTube and other Google properties as well.