As a work at home mom, I’m always looking for new opportunities to make money without being away from our son. Every little bit counts especially as we get closer to holiday shopping season.
One way I hope to earn a little extra cash in the future is with Jingit. Very simply it allows you to interact on your computer or smart phone by watching online ads and earning money for it. You’ll hear about well-known brands and new ones on the market.
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My experience with Jingit
I logged on to Jingit while using my laptop in bed and grabbed by iPhone 4s because I wanted to see how it works with both.
It took a few seconds to sign up and connect my account with Facebook. The Facebook app showed me several of my friends already use Jingit too.
Since I spend a lot of time on my iPhone 4s I also connected my mobile number with Jingit and received a text message with a verification code.
The first online ad and survey I interacted with was for s’mores, the popular snack made with graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate. Kraft asked me a few short questions and recommended I connect with the brand on Pinterest for even more recipe ideas.
I went back the next day and watched a back to school ad for Elmer’s glue on the mobile app. In total, I earned about $0.58 by watching two ads, taking a few survey questions, as well as sharing Jingit with my griends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
I also created a Google+ Album with more photos showing how I signed up for Jingit and watched the advertising.
Sign up for Jingit
Start earning money now by signing up for Jingit using the Facebook application on your computer or smartphone.
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My recommendations for Jingit
- Since it takes a $3.00 balance to sign up for a Jingit Visa Debit Card, I’d love for the company to create one interaction that accumulates that credit.
- I’d love to choose what I can learn more about based on my interests. Toys and learning applications for our son are important to me. As we get closer to the holidays it will be interesting to see if options change.
- Right now the only place near me to check-in using the Jingit mobile app is Walmart. Since the closest location to me is 20 minutes away and I’m a serious “couponer”, I shop at grocery and drug stores more frequently. I’d like to see Jingit connect with other retailers.
- I’m trying to cut down on processed foods and snacks, so s’mores is not a food our family eats. If Jingit connected with natural and organic foods I could see myself interacting even more.
Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study
All thoughts are 100% my own.