Pheromone forums, and forums in general can be fantastic sources for information on just about anything these days.
The internet has opened up an incredible era where users from almost every nook and cranny of the world can chime in with all sorts of information… the question is, how much should rely on them for CREDIBLE sources of information?
I should note here that I am specifically talking about any pheromone forum – not forums related to other things because every community is different.
The reason is that pheromones are extremely subjective – we are all posting about personal experiences, and collectively gathering information to come to conclusions about products.
But where it all seems to go wrong is that BECAUSE of how subjective pheromones are, they are especially prone to (mis)interpretation.
In some cases, I have seen people create waves of misinformation simply by one member posting results that may be extremely positive or extremely negative, and immediately turn off countless other members from trying a certain pheromone molecule or maybe even a product.
This has happened in the past where people didn’t understand the purpose of products like Bad Wolf, Nude Alpha, and Voodoo… they were all immediately labelled as hype, and written off – until several people stuck through it (including myself) and really got to the nitty gritty of how those products work.
And what happened? The pheromone forums suddenly lit up with conversation and how great these products are… it is extremely important to know that even though they are subjective experiences, that we should all do our own independent testing too.
On another note, I’ve also noticed a lot of bandwagon type behavior online from people who simply take everything someone else says about a product, and then start saying things as fact to other members.
I recall an instance where someone was having great results with Nude Alpha – until somebody posted that it felt too romantic and crushy over the woman that was their intended target… and therefore failed to get them into a relationship.
Was the product at fault? No. It was stated that the product was working for them, until somebody had an issue and they immediately started questioning the effectiveness of the product they were already having success with.
This has happened on numerous occasions – although I still know a few people who have learnt from past mistakes and become far more experienced testers.
Pheromone forums can be a cool place to hang out, just don’t get too caught up in the BS 🙂