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By: Stephanie Foster
Home parties are a vital part of many network marketing businesses, but sometimes itís hard to come up with a good theme to really get your customers interested. Here are some tips to get you thinking of new themes:

1. What events or holidays are coming up?
This could be back-to-school, Fourth of July, Super Bowl, baby showers, any event. Think of how your products tie into this event, and use that knowledge to sell, sell, sell.
2. Solve a problem
How do people use your products? What problems do they solve? Do they keep people organized? Make cooking more fun? Decorate the house? Use your knowledge of your products to motivate your customers.
3. Men/Women only parties
This is great if they arenít your usual customers. Think of ways to help the men or women learn to use your products or buy as gifts.
4. Clearance sale!
Focus on your companyís clearance or discount price items. Who doesnít love a sale?
5. Charity
Offer a percentage of sales to a charity and encourage your guests to give or buy products for the charity.
6. Time savers
This is really a part of the problem solver party, but worth mentioning on its own. If your product can help people save time, why not demonstrate that?
7. Party at a business
Check with local businesses that your clients tend to be at and see if they will let you do a party. Your workplace probably will not, but what about gyms?
8. Team up
Know other consultants for other network marketing companies? Coordinate a party with them. Give your guests even more products to buy, and show how they work together.

Hopefully, these tips will give you many options for your home parties. Themes can encourage people to buy, so make sure you plan thoroughly. Above all else, have fun!
About the author:

Stephanie Foster is the owner of Home with the Kids, a resource that knows that there's more to staying home with your family than just business. Get more work at home advice at

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