Google has finally started selling its ads on Discord servers.
Google now allows third parties to advertise on the site, with the company saying the move will help them to better connect with customers and attract more advertising dollars.
The move follows months of efforts by Google to sell its ads directly to users.
The company initially said it would only do so if its advertisers paid a premium.
But in a post on its developer site, the company announced that advertisers would now be able to sell their own ads.
The change comes as the company struggles to sell advertising to advertisers in its search and advertising products.
In the past, the service has largely relied on a handful of big players such as Amazon, Facebook and Twitter to sell ads.
Google, however, has made it easier for smaller companies to advertise.
In March, the search giant introduced an advertising program called AdWords, which lets advertisers sell directly to Google users.
Ads will cost about $10 to $15 a click, with Google paying a commission to the advertiser.
The company said the new feature will make it easier to reach users and increase advertisers’ revenue, but it didn’t specify how it will do so.
Google is the largest internet company in the world and is the parent company of Google News, the online news service that is available to Google’s users.
Google announced in May that it would start selling ads directly through its search engine and other ad platforms in an effort to drive more advertising revenue.