Hassle-Free Collaboration: Sharing access with Everspark

At EverSpark, we understand the importance of seamless collaboration. To ensure our team can deliver top-notch results, it’s essential to grant us access to the necessary tools and platforms.

This page serves as a comprehensive guide on how to provide us with the access we need to execute your marketing strategies effectively. Whether it’s granting access to analytics or your website backend, we’ve streamlined the process to make it as effortless as possible for you.

WordPress Access

Add Users

To add new users:

  1. Sign in to WordPress Admin for your website. This is typically through https://www.yourwebsitehere.com/wp-admin
  2. Hover over Users in the left-hand menu, and select Add New User.
  3. Fill out the information for the new user and select their permissions level.
  4. Click Add New User.

Edit or Remove Users

To edit or remove users:

  1. Sign in to WordPress Admin for your website. This is typically through https://www.yourwebsitehere.com/wp-admin
  2. Click Users in the left-hand menu.
  3. Find the user in the list or use the search bar on the right-hand side.
  4. To remove the user, hover over them and click Delete.
  5. You will be prompted to answer how content owned by the user should be handled, then click Confirm Deletion.
  6. To edit the user, hover over them and click Edit. Here you can update the user’s information, reset their password, update permissions, etc. Once you are done making changes, click Update User.

Defining WordPress Roles

WordPress roles are defined below:

If you are using EverSpark for SEO and/or Paid Ads, we typically request Administrator level access so we can perform regular website maintenance and complete the tasks that are part of our campaigns.

Google Analytics Access

Add Users
Administrator privileges are required to add or edit users. Users are distinguished by their email addresses, and only users with registered Google accounts can be added.

To add a new user to an account/property/view:

  1. Sign in to Google Analytics.
  2. Click Admin in the bottom-left corner, and navigate to the desired account/property/view section.
  3. In the account, property, or view section (depending upon the level of access you want to grant), click Access Management.
  4. In the Account permissions list, click +, then click Add users.
  5. Enter the email address for the user’s Google Account.
  6. Select Notify new users by email to send a message to the user.
  7. Select the permissions you want.
  8. Click Add.

Edit or Delete Users

You can adjust permissions for any user across all levels within an Analytics account. To remove users, you need to hold an Administrator role within the account. Users can only be deleted at the account level.

To modify permissions for an existing user:

  1. Sign in to Google Analytics.
  2. Click Admin in the bottom-left corner, and navigate to the desired account/property/view section.
  3. In the account, property, or view section (depending upon the level of access the user has), click Access Management.
  4. Select the user from the list or use the search box at the top of the list to find the user.
  5. Click the user name, then update or remove permissions.
  6. Click Save.

Defining Google Analytics Roles

Google Analytics roles are defined below:

If you are using EverSpark for SEO and/or Paid Ads, we typically request Administrator level access so we can complete the tasks that are part of our campaigns.

Google Search Console Access

Add Users

You can be an owner or user of a Google Search Console property. Each of these roles has different rights and capabilities. You can grant permissions to other users only if you are a property owner.

To add a new user:

  1. Sign in to Google Search Console.
  2. Choose your website property.
  3. Go to Settings in the left-hand menu.
  4. Select the Users and permissions.
  5. Click Add user, enter their email address, and select their permissions level.
  6. Click Add.

Remove Users

To remove a user:

  1. Sign in to Google Search Console.
  2. Choose your website property.
  3. Go to Settings in the left-hand menu.
  4. Select the Users and permissions.
  5. Click the 3 stacked dots to the right of the user’s details.
  6. Click Remove access.

Defining Google Search Console Roles

Google Search Console roles are defined below:

Google Business Profile Access

Add Users

To add a new user:

  1. Go to your Business Profile.
  2. Click Menu (3 stacked dots) and then Business Profile settings.
  3. Select People and access. At the top left, click Add.
  4. Enter a name or email address.
  5. Under “Access,” choose Owner or Manager.
  6. Click Invite.

Remove Users

To remove a user:

  1. Go to your Business Profile.
  2. Click Menu (3 stacked dots) and then Business Profile settings.
  3. Select People and access. Enter a name or email address.
  4. Click the user you’d like to remove.
  5. Click Remove person.

Defining Google Business Profile Roles

Google Business Profile roles are defined below:

Google Ads & Local Service Ads Access

MCC Access

At EverSpark we have an agency dashboard that allows us to easily navigate and manage all of our client accounts. It also allows clients to retain full ownership of their ad account(s).

To give Everspark access to your Google Ads account:

  1. Sign in to Google Ads.
  2. Find your 10-digit Customer ID number in the top right corner next to your account icon.
  3. Share your Customer ID with your Account Manager so that we can request access to your account.
  4. Login to an admin email account associated with your Google Ads account and accept the invite request

Add Users

To add users:

  1. Sign in to Google Ads.
  2. Click the Tools and settings from the top navigation.
  3. Select Access and security from the dropdown.
  4. Click the + button.
  5. Enter the email address for your invitee, then select their account access level.
  6. Click Send invitation.

Remove Users

To remove users:

  1. Sign in to Google Ads with an admin level email address.
  2. Click the Tools and settings from the top navigation.
  3. Select Access and security from the dropdown.
  4. Find the user you want to remove, and in the Actions column, click Remove access.

Defining Google Ads Roles

Google Ads roles are defined below:

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