I recently heard about a new (to me) way to earn money from my favorite brands called Jingit. This online program allows me to sit at my computer, watching videos and answering short surveys. In return for my time, I receive cash! How cool is that?
Signing up with Jingit is very easy – you can use your Facebook login information to get started. I did have to verify my profile information, but most of it was pulled from my Facebook account, making sign up a breeze. As part of the sign up process, you do have to verify your mobile number by allowing a text message to be sent to you. Mine reached me as soon as I put in my phone number.
Once I had my email confirmation that my account had been created, I was ready to begin making some moolah. The confirmation also mentioned the mobile app and the #Jingit Visa Debit Card, which you need to access your earnings from the program.
The first ad I watched was for S’mores. The ad featured some of my favorite brands, including Kraft and Hershey. There were fun questions, but I didn’t get a video for this ad. It could have been because the program froze at the phone verification screen and I had to close and reopen it.
One of the questions even gave me an idea for this weekend! My son has yet to experience S’mores, but thanks to the new grill we got this summer, I believe he will be trying them soon.
Elmer’s was another brand with an ad on Jingit. They are probably my favorite brand when it comes to school supplies. I have never trusted any one other than Elmer’s when it comes to my school glue! They are always my first choice for glue, so it was fun to see a video and survey on them.
Once I finished watching the two ads, I had earned $0.42! Not enough to buy something big, but it will add up over time…especially when I download the app and begin checking in once I’m shopping at Walmart.
To cash out your money, you can sign up for the Jingit Visa Debit Card once you have earned $3. Jingit’s FAQ stated there will be an enrollment banner within the program once you’ve met the threshold.
The money will be moved to the card when you are ready to spend it, and you can use it like a regular card wherever Visa is accepted. Beware though, there is a $3 enrollment fee which will deduct that initial $3 you make, but it is a one time thing.
You can see my entire experience with Jingit through photos in my Google+ album.
All in all, Jingit is a fun program to earn a little extra money when you are out shopping or bored in front of the computer. My family could use the extra money for fun outings on the weekends, I plan to keep watching videos and taking surveys!
I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and Jingit. All opinions are 100% mine. #CBias #SocialFabric