If you manage your user's social media credentials, try a Premium Plus account to post, schedule, get analytics, or manage comments on their behalf.
If you have only a few users, brands, or clients and manage their social credentials - i.e have access to the usernames and password at the social networks - the Premium Plus might be the right plan for you.
The Premium Plus plan gives you most of the capabilities of the Business Plan, such as:
- Posting, scheduling, getting analytics, and comments on behalf of your users via the API or Dashboard.
- Management of your users via the API or Dashboard
Premium Plus does not allow:
With the Premium Plus plan, you'll create a "user profile" for each of your users, brands, or clients. Every user profile has one set of social accounts associate with it.
For example, you can create a user profile for your client "Hometown Shoes" and connect this user profile to Hometown Shoes' Facebook Page, Facebook Group, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Reddit, Google My Business, and Telegram accounts. You can then schedule posts, get analytics, etc for Hometown Shoes via the Dashboard or API, using the Profile Key - see below.
The plan charges per user profile per month with a minimum of three user profiles at a reduced rate. You can create as many user profiles as you need. If you delete a user profile, you will not be charged for that user profile in your next billing cycle.
With the Premium Plus plan, you have access to the User Profiles section of the Dashboard.
In the User Profiles section, add a new user profile by entering a title and clicking "Ad User Profile".
Add a new user profile
You will then see listed your user profile. Clicking on the trash icon 🗑️ will delete the user profile.
List of user profiles
Now click (switch to this profile) to switch into the new user profile. You'll see the title of that user profile in the upper right corner.
If you ever want to switch back to your primary profile, go back to the User Profiles page and click (switch to this profile) next to Primary Profile.
Next, go to the "Social Accounts" page to link the social networks for this user.
For example, if you want to link Facebook, go to Facebook.com and log out of the current session and then in the Ayrshare Dashboard in Social Accounts click the Facebook Pages button.
Each user profile has its own Profile Key that is associated with its set of connected social platforms. This is used in the header of the REST calls in place of the
A user profile's Profile Key can be found in the Profile Key page in the Dashboard.
See the Authorization section for more information:
You can then use this Profile Key for all of the API calls.