A Third Party Review Of PartyLite – Should You Join?

By:Jaime Soriano October 20, 2010

MLM Reviews

If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re looking into PartyLite and thinking about becoming a distributor. Before you join, I want to encourage you to go over this third party review so you can make an educated decision about the company and it’s opportunity.

First things first, let’s cover some information about the company itself. PartyLite actually traces back it’s history to the early 1900’s when a woman named Mabel Baker turned her passion for candles into a successful business. In fact, it was so successful that when Baker died in 1965, the little business she started with one candle had become a $6 million company. In 1973, Baker’s company decided to spin off a subsidiary called PartyLite Gifts, Inc. But it wasn’t until 1990, when PartyLite was acquired by Blyth, Inc. that the company really started to see significant growth. Today, PartyLite is an international company that has offices in several countries including the US, the UK, Switzerland, Mexico and Australia, just to name a few. In addition, the company has about 70,000 distributors worldwide and has been documented in the media, in both news clips and magazine articles.

As far as their products go, PartyLite markets hundreds of different products. Their most popular product line is their candles and candle accessories. However, they also sell other products besides candles. They market a complete line of home fragrance products. They also market a line of home decoration products and accessories. In addition to those product lines, the company also carries a complete line of assorted bath and body care products and a line of food products called Two Sisters Gourmet. Overall, if you like entertaining guests or you throw a lot of parties, PartyLite products are definitely worth looking into.

Now, let’s go over the business opportunity. PartyLite allows you to earn income several ways. The most basic way to make money is by personally selling products and making retail profits. In addition, you can also earn income through the company’s various sales bonuses and the company’s 7-level residual payout. In addition to the income, you can also earn additional recognition and company-sponsored trips if you are a top producer. Overall, the compensation plan is pretty fair and, assuming promoting party products is a niche for you, PartyLite can be a fun and lucrative business opportunity. Obvisouly, if you’re serious about joining, I would advise that you visit the company website and review the official compensation plan so you know the details about the various positions you need to qualify for and how to earn the various bonuses.

In closing, PartyLite is a very credible company with a good business opportunity. With that said, while having a credible company supporting your home business is obviously a good thing, ultimately, your success will depend on your ability to personally sponsor new distributors into your business, your ability to effectively market products and your ability to build a productive downline organization. In order to do those 3 things effectively and efficiently requires that you get the right marketing training. Of course, you can build your business totally offline using “old school” techniques, but why not utilize the internet to add more leverage into your business. My suggestion is that you utilize a self branding attraction marketing system to brand yourself and generate leads. If you can successfully combine effective offline strategies with a system to generate high-quality, pre-qualified leads online, you can very well be on your way to building a wildly successful business for yourself.

Jaime Soriano wrote this PartyLite Review for people looking into the company. Sadly, most distributors will never see the success they desire because they lack the marketing skills to generate sufficient leads for their business. To learn how you can generate more leads than you can get to, visit Jaime’s MLM Training

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