You don't need a fancy website to sell your products either.
Email remains the quickest, easiest and least expensive way to promote your business.
In fact, it's almost free.
Pop along to Mailchimp and see what they can do for you.
They'll help you set up your list. All your existing customers on your books is a good start.
Even older customers (not age, duration) who don't buy from you anymore.
They will even help you make up a landing page, to find new subscribers. No need for a website.
Some will unsubscribe. Some will tell you where to get off. Some may even buy from you. Some may be rude to you. Most will appreciate what you can do for them.
It's still better and less stressful than trying to get everyone to buy from you.
Much more personal than advertising on TV, magazines or Social Media.
Give it a Go. Nothing Ventured, Nothing gained.
If you're still apprehensive about email, pop along to Peter Carruthers' Academy of Business Owners and Learn How to Use Email to Sell More to More People. He'll show you the ropes.
He can even teach you to write better articles and emails.
So people understand what you're trying to say.