Once the restrictions are lifted, advertisers will need to use the self-service tool on the Google Ads portal.

The American company Google platforms will resume from Wednesday the placement of political advertising, suspended after the riots on January 6 in the Capitol. This was reported on Monday by the information portal Axios.

The ban, which came into effect on January 13, implies that advertisers cannot place any political ads on the company’s platforms. This was stated in an email that users received last month. After the restrictions are lifted, advertisers will need to use the self-service tool on the Google Ads portal to resume buying ads.