Most companies recommend you try the traditional methods of creating flyers, talking to everyone you meet and leaving your business card everywhere you go, but this doesn't always work for everyone.
Bringing your home party business into the internet age and starting a blog can be the smartest thing you ever do for your business.
Blogging has become an important part of many businesses as it is a very cost effective and easy way of marketing their products and services.
The key to creating a successful blog to help promote your home party business lies in creating useful content based on the theme of your company without actually talking about them directly.
Many party plan companies don't allow you to mention their name or products online anyway (which is actually a good thing) but that doesn't mean you can't talk about their products or services in general ways.
For example, if you are a consultant for Tupperware, your blog could provide ideas and suggestions for people on how to organize their cupboards and keep their food fresh.
If you are a Mary Kay consultant, your blog might be about the latest makeup or skincare trends.
By writing about your services in a general manner you can position yourself as an expert in your field and customers will start coming to you for advice.
You will then be known as the 'go to' person for solutions to their problems rather than just a salesperson.
And once a customer contacts you, then you will be able to market to them with product recommendations from your company on how to solve their particular problems.