*I got the $.10 Hillshire lunchmeat ad
I am an early adopter and I don't feel the same dissatisfaction as others express. Then again I don't feel entitled in life. I especially don't feel entitled to watch some ads online. At the most I feel Jingit members could, might, maybe feel disappointed with the communication and information from Jingit's end and when there is communication it seems to be extremely lacking or hyped up information that leads to a let down. I personally see Jingit's FB posts as misleading nowadays and I also feel that they are not as informative as they could be with what is going on with Jingit, maybe they don't even know and are still trying to define what they are going to be.
In addition we do not KNOW that Jingit can do better right now. We know that they DID better but that was when they first came out. They have some big name brands on those cash back offers, but no ads. Which means to me these brands want proof Jingit's members are actually buying. In my mind I'm thinking if all those big brand businesses had success with the advertising campaign they did with Jingit then wouldn't they have signed right back up with them. Has there been even one repeat customer run ads on Jingit? I know PTC already said something to this effect - ads are created to convince consumers to purchase the product or service. (Or of course watch something) They want you to try it but they ultimately want you to become a loyal customer.
Ask yourself how much of this stuff did you buy -- Jello, Jello Mix-ins, Wisk, Green Giant, Yoplait, Go-gurt, Krazy Glue, Elmers Glue, Nature Valley, Kraft Smore makings, 7up, Dr.pepper, Snickers & More I'm sure I missed. Did you or do you currently use Catalog Spree? Do you even remember what Billy on the Street was?