Monday, April 6, 2009


Whoa kids, settle down. I've been told there's been a large increase of CIM Disease patients. Currently the original domain ( is on hiatus, and the Board of Directors are currently talking about setting aside some funds to rebuy the domain. For now, direct all your friends to, which is currently being renovated so expect to see some minor changes and improvements, including 7 new pictures, which puts us up to 21 different images!

I know it's been awhile since the last blog post, but things have gotten pretty hectic. There's been a lot of people getting CIM Disease and we've been trying to get the word out and warn as many people as we can, before it's too late. We need all your help in protecting everyone from this deadly epidemic. As we get more information, we'll let you know.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

November Special!

For a limited time only, the CIM Disease website will promote the 2008 Presidential election, with various pictures of the candidates! Depending on what happens you may see some more updates before the end of the month, we'll just be playing it by ear.

If you have any suggestions or question, be sure to comment in the blog or shoot me an email, and I'll tell you as much as I know. Also, if anyone figures out any more about this disease, just go directly to the Uncyclopedia Article and add it.

Don't forget to drop by the homepage, and check up on the current statistics!

October's Stats

Well after an amazing month of September, October turned out to be better than I expected. Most of the 471 unique visitors were from Stumbleupon, 23 came from the Uncyclopedia article, and one from a weird site called That makes October currently the 3rd best month, right after September and March. Not too bad.

There's been discussions about doing something special for the US elections coming up, but it is still being thought about. If you have any ideas, we're all ears!

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Review of September

After a great month of August, I had really high hopes for the website, but the statistics recorded for the month of September really blew my mind. Racking in 856 unique visitors, 1088 visits and 6161 pages, September beat every month in every category. This wonderful exposure to the site was mainly brought in from StumbleUpon, and the new domain (

Stumble alone accounted for nearly 1,000 views, taking second place for the most links from was google, with 65, an then yahoo with 45. The CIM Disease Uncyclopedia page is worth mentioning, because it brought 30 people to the CIM Disease homepage. This blog redirected 16 people to learn more about CIM Disease, and that's not too bad.

Some interesting news is that a Sony Ericsson viewed the CIM Disease page, along with 64 views from 'unknown' which is most likely a Blackberry or other mobile browser. The most favored browser is still Firefox, with 80% of the viewers, leaving 15% with Internet Explorer.

As for updates for the site, I was wondering if anyone would prefer having an informational link on the homepage, maybe something below the pictures that you can click on that will display something along the lines of what is on the Uncyclopedia page. This might help the new viewers understand the site better, or it might just fail, I want some feedback on that. Also, additional images are always welcome, if you come across someone famous pointing in a ridiculous way, definitely send it over and we'll probably set it up to be in the picture bank.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Additional Domain, Ad Campagin

There's a new kid in town, and it's We just rolled out this addition earlier today, and I hope everybody likes it. It's just an additional domain that's slightly easier to say and write down. CIM Disease is all about letting everyone know, and this should make it easier for you to talk to your friends about it in public.

A fearless poster maker decided to donate their time and make two posters about CIMD:
Feel free to print these out and distribute them as you wish. And don't forget about the Motivator version.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Mid-September Update

I decided to post a mid-September update because of a few reasons.
  • The blog needs more posts
  • The Uncyclopedia article is awesome
  • CIMD site is doing amazingly well
  • Even Google thinks that CIMD is a big issue
First off, this blog needs way more posts, and I will definitely try and keep this updated, maybe even every 2 weeks. So definitely keep coming back here and be looking for updates, and tell all your friends about the blog and the site, so they can learn more about CIMD and can raise awareness about it in your local communities.

Thanks to a great friend for updating the Uncyclopedia article and making the page look as official as possible. I'm thinking about also making an Urban Dictionary entry, and possibly copypasta the Uncyclopedia article into Encyclopedia Dramatica so there is equal exposure across the internet. I'd like feed back about these ideas, so if you think it's a bad idea for some reason, tell me so I don't give CIMD a bad image. Also, if you'd like to edit the Uncyclopedia page, go for it, because that page is currently the only page on the internet with information about the disease.

The site is doing wonderfully this month, we're just past halfway through the month and there have been more unique visitors and page views than 4 out of the 6 previous months, which is quite a feat. I'm glad we're getting some exposure here. We're also getting more users from more places, which means that word is spreading around the internet.

Google seriously does think that CIMD is an important issue, just try out a few google searches. Most of the time the homepage is listed on the first page, but if it's not, it's within the first 5 pages and I can only expect the website to get higher and higher in the list everyday.

As always, I'm taking suggestions for the site, this blog, and all other CIMD related issues. You can post a comment in this blog, or email me directly at [frogon @ cockinmouthdisease . com].

Monday, September 8, 2008


This is the beginning of something big.

We must spread awareness about this disease, one might even call it an epidemic. It is rapidly spreading the world, the causes are unknown, the effect is death.

Look here for informational updates as well as (probably) monthly statistics about the site and current research on the disease. If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with CIMD, please comment or send me an email [frogon @ cockinmouthdisease . com] and tell me as much as you can, and I will help get your story out to the world.

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