LONDON, Feb. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- This weekend fans of the popular comparethemeerkat.com campaign will be treated to a whole new 20 second advert, featuring the local meerkat school and its meerpups.
The advert, shot as an investigative documentary, reports that the pupils cannot use their new computer because the site they want to access, comparethemeerkat.com, is being overloaded by UK visitors looking for cheap car insurance.
The ad, which airs on 13 February, is the third instalment in the latest series of TV and radio commercials which highlight the plight of Meerkovo (www.meerkovo.com), the Russian meerkat village and home of Aleksandr Orlov and his online business. The villagers are suffering because they can no longer compare meerkats online - a result of people in the UK still clogging up the site by confusing comparethemeerkat.com with comparethemarket.com when looking for cheap car insurance.
The whole meerkat community shown in the adverts can also be found online at www.meerkovo.com. Visitors to the site are able to meet new meerkats, play games to cheer them up, explore the village and enter buildings including the local Queasy Mongoose Pub, Meerkovo School, Yakov's toy shop, and Aleksandr's mansion. The website is already attracting thousands of daily visitors and follows the success of Aleksandr's autobiography, A Simples Life, which became a Sunday Times bestseller.
The new advert can be seen on Aleksandr Orlov's YouTube page http://www.youtube.com/user/CompareTheMeerkat
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