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I was checking for local Internet businesses and found <a href=http://broadwayfoodcenter.com/> my local grocery store </a>. I am curious about what point does a small business (like a corner convenience store) decide it is worthwhile to have a website. Is cost the factor in having a webpage, or is it just a waste of time and resources for a small convenience store?
At what point would a store like <a href=http://maps.co.lucas.oh.us/Areis/WebTSI.asp?specimg=98090304.002\000097.jpg&cmd=Image> Andy’s Carryout, 802 Western </a> need a website?
How much does it cost to do a webpage, or is Facebook,MySpace, etc. a good alternative?
Or perhaps some small businesses would not want a web presence. If your store's customers skate the edge of the law or over it, then you might not want "straight" citizens frequenting your store if you are doing well without them.