You know what type of food you will sell. You have a great website ready to go. All your legal requirements are met, and you are ready to go. Now, where do you find your customers?
Start with social media. Put up a business page, and utilize the online following you already have. Take beautiful pics of the food you plan to sell and put them on your business page. Small ads are not that expensive on most social media platforms so consider investing in a few. Make sure your website uses search engine optimization (SEO) content so that potential customers will be able to find you.
Marketing is the difference in skyrocketing success and crushing defeat for many small businesses. You may want to consider a short online course in marketing. You may also find classes through your local community college or chamber of commerce. They are worth the investment, as marketing will be crucial to the long-term success of your business. Hiring a consultant for a crash course on how to get started may also be worth the investment.