Have you ever wondered what’s behind the perfect match?
It’s your personality, mutual attraction, and web engagement!
Pheramor’s Dating App enables you to find better dates.
Know if there's a spark before your first date! Our science and technology can assess mutual attraction levels and social compatibility so you don't waste any more time on bad first dates!
Don't wait for a text. Pheramor's Second-Date feature will let you both know if your date went well.
DNA isn't destiny, which is why we data-mine and incorporate your social media web engagement to accurately predict who your matches are! Did you know with just 8 data points we can accurately predict who you'd vote for? Imagine using this technology to enable finding better dates!
Are you tired of people saying they "love adventure and are easy-going," but they're really not? Well, genetics and web engagement don't lie. Each profile you view will have real, validated descriptions based on science and tech!
Our algorithm predicts your compatibility based on your attraction, personality, and web engagement. The more you use it, the more it'll know your preferences!
Spend more time going on adventures, instead of filling out questions. We automatically build your profile for you!
No one will ever see your genetic and web engagement data, not even you! They'll safely and securely be incorporated into your matching
Scientists have studied and proven pheromone and attraction compatibility for many decades. We're using real science to cure bad first-dates!
The whole point of dating is to get to know a person to see if he or she is a good enough fit for you in the long-run. As the new, modern craze, online dating aims to streamline that whole get-to-know-each-other part by splitting it into smaller, more digestible chunks.
In many ways, online dating puts you ahead of the game. For example, you don’t have to spend as much time probing for information, such as about their career, if they are a dog person or a cat person, what kind of music they are into, and typical first date questions. All the critical information you’d want to know should already be in their online profile.
Among other things, this head start also helps you weed out poor matches before they even strike up a conversation – a feat traditional dating doesn’t have (though there are plenty of pros and cons to each method! Check out our other recent blog post “Online Dating vs. Traditional Dating in Houston”). Even if an unwanted person hits you up, there’s that magical “block” button that helps keep away weirdos and creeps – how we wish that was a thing in the real world too!
We are taking Houston by storm! Because of Pheramor’s unique ability to make dating faster and simpler through genetic matching and web engagement, people will soon find true love across the world. However, any form of online dating is still a challenge for many people. Love is a walk in the park for everyone. It has its fair share of complications all too familiar us.
So, if you are a single in Houston looking to try out online dating services, you might want to familiarize yourself with the following (unspoken) online dating rules:
The golden rule of online dating is pretty simple – no matter who you meet, never take the word of any stranger you meet online on the face value. Don’t let your mind stray from the fact that the virtual world is just an extension of the real physical world. You shouldn’t give your personal information away to a stranger at a bar. You definitely shouldn’t follow an old man into a strange white van. The same principles apply to your interactions on the online. The sad reality: people use the Internet to deceive people to steal their information, manipulate their emotions for sick pleasures, and abuse and bully them. Don’t become a victim! Use some common sense, and don’t get suckered into a situation that makes you feel uncomfortable.
Here are a few safety tips that you should keep in mind:
Trust Your Gut Feeling – As they say, better safe than sorry!
It’s important that your online dating profile appears legit and provides the right information. Not only does an incomplete profile limit your prospects of finding suitable dates, but most people become suspicious when you hide basic information. They might mistake it for a "fake" or catfish profile. That might be a fair conclusion from their perspective. After all, nobody wants to be fooled or taken advantage by a creep, right?
People tend to be more open with themselves online. However, don’t feel pressured to give out information that you're not comfortable sharing publicly. It is okay – even encouraged – that you share your profession, hobbies, taste in music and movies, as well as general likes and dislikes.
Take a moment and think about what really defines you. Stating you’re left-handed might not be as helpful as mentioning you’re a successful lawyer. If you’re unsure, most of your likes and hobbies you can easily transfer from your social media, which Pheramor calculates into its search algorithm anyway.
First and foremost, Pheramor focuses on matching individuals on their most unique aspect – genetics and personality. However, there’s no denying that in the realm of online dating, a profile picture speaks more than a thousand words. You can perhaps tell from your own experience with social media sites that users can quickly connect with people whose profile pictures pique their interest.
What makes the perfect profile picture? Is there a science to selfies? It’s all about tapping into the psychology of the viewer. Here are some quick tips:
Think About the Setting - Avoid the classic bathroom selfies. Most people see them as trashy. Be aware of the background of your shot and how it might influence matches. If you took the picture in your bedroom, did you make your bed and clear the floor? Every detail counts in the right image. If you love the outdoors and adventuring is a big part of your standards, show yourself camping or on a hike! Your picture should do more than just show you physically. Let it paint the story of your life.
The first message is the single most crucial factor that determines the initial impression you make. Unfortunately, most people screw up at this point. Just as in traditional dating, we can get nervous or overconfident and scare off our dates. Don’t worry, though! Sending an appealing first message is not exactly rocket science. Just focus on the following points, and you will do just fine:
Be brief - People hate reading online, and matches aren’t there to skim over an essay of your life. Writing long paragraphs for introduction will scare off most people and waste your time. Keep it to a one-sentence minimum.
Watch for Good Grammar and Spelling – While this might sound trivial, bad grammar and too many spelling mistakes make you seem lazy or uneducated. Everyone understands that the digital world is more casual than in person - but put some effort to sound like an adult!
Use the Right Tone - Be yourself and use the same tone as you would use while talking in person. A good sense of humor is a bonus, but you don’t have to pull off a George Carlin or Amy Schumer in your first message.
Don’t Be Too Forward - Wait to try to invite a response. Don’t make any assumptions and jump into aggressive flirting.
Be Smart in Your Compliments - Be cute and honest. At the same time, be careful you don’t sound like a creep. It’s a good idea to highlight something mentioned on their profile.
Be Patient - If you don’t get an immediate response, don’t panic. It’s normal for people to save replies for after work when they can really devote time to getting to know you. After a week though, you can safely assume the person probably isn’t an active user or you did something wrong. Which leads us to our last point…
Be Ready for Rejection - If the match suddenly drops communication or rejects you, be polite and take it as a learning experience. Don’t worry! There’s plenty of fish in the sea.
So, you’ve been chatting online for a while, how do you know if you’re ready to take to the next level? Pheramor is a great opportunity to bring single together and find your true love. However, you don’t want to stay locked behind a screen forever! You eventually want to go from the digital world to ultimately sharing every part of life together. Although it can be scary meeting someone for the first, here are some things to consider:
Safety - Don’t agree to meet for a physical date unless you feel comfortable with the person. Have your first meeting in a public place.
Geographical Barriers - Ask yourself, how physically far away are they from you? Are you willing and able to meet them halfway? Long-distance relationships can be very stressful. They’re not for everyone.
Make The Date Worth It! - Now that we’re talking about traditional dating, take your time to plan the date carefully. Your match might have to change their schedule or travel far to get to you. Make it worth their while by really investing in the occasion. A “date” to McDonald’s is a joke. The opposite - overdoing the date - could scare them as well! Even though you’ve met and have established a connection online, it’s still a first date experience. You might want to try surprising the person by centering the occasion around your mutual interests. Do you both love animals? An afternoon exploring the zoo could be romantic! Be creative, safe, and have fun! You both have come a long way to get to the point of physically meeting.
Unlike most dating apps out there, Pheramor doesn’t require you to swipe till your fingers bleed before you can find a real match. We use a scientific approach based on decades of research on pheromones and also incorporate your web presence by analyzing your social media.
The app, scheduled to release this year, uses a sophisticated AI system to find you matches based on your personality-type and genetics.
The future of dating is here, and the lucky singles of Houston will be the first to experience it firsthand.
Sign up for our newsletter to get weekly updates on how you can find your true love!