How To Improve The Quality Of Your Food Truck Customers Who Find Your Business Online


Many food truck owners focus on cooking food, serving customers, and finding new locations.

While those are the types of ingredients that are going to keep your food truck in business and your customers happy, there are so many ways to stick out in the food truck industry.

In hopes of implementing new strategies for your food truck business, we turn to Ian Smith of Evolve Media. Smith, who is also a partner of FoodTruckr, knows all about customer service and sticking out with digital marketing.

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How To Improve The Quality Of Your Food Truck Customers Who Find Your Business Online

Not to mention, Smith published an article that focuses on how to improve the quality of your customers who find your business online, and we believe this article can help food truck owners in a big way.

While we encourage owners to head over to his site and read the article in its entirety, here are the seven concepts that Evolve Media focuses on to improve the quality of customers who find your business online:

  • Relevant content
  • Guarded content
  • Be upfront about costs
  • Ask the right questions
  • Audience targeting
  • Use your lists and audiences
  • Message and email

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Many of these strategies are relevant to the food truck industry. After all, food truck owners create content on their websites and especially on social media. It’s also important to be upfront about your costs, especially when meeting with a possible food truck catering client, for these possible clients want to know exactly how much your catering services cost and you also don’t want any surprises.

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Many food truck owners are in search of quality customers who are serious about setting up a catering event or having their trucks go to a certain location, which is why the tips in this article can be beneficial. They can also save you time in the long run since you will attract clients who are serious about your food services.

To find out how to implement the strategies above, make sure to read Evolve Media’s article here.

If you rather see the video version, then follow this link. You can also subscribe to Smith’s page by following this link and clicking the subscribe button and learn about Facebook Messenger as well as other digital marketing methods.

We also encourage FoodTruckrs to visit Evolve Media and check out their ManyChat Messenger templates as they will help you with your digital marketing needs, to say the least.

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