It also isn't about individuals. It is about planting the thought in a percentage of the 50 million watching. You aren't ever going to get 100% of people to buy your product based on a single ad or a group of ads. They have to be inclined to purchase the product anyway and advertising entices them to follow through on that inclination.
Meanwhile I hate Godaddy's ads so much I moved my registrations to name.com.
I also saw the Jeep ad as pandering and gave me zero reason to consider buying a Jeep. They aren't effective ads and in 3 weeks no one will care because the content doesn't stick with the viewer. The Dodge buy was a good ad for the Farm Bill but not much else.