The SMB website business has become a commodity business, even something of a loss-leader for those seeking to sell marketing services. Increasingly companies providing those marketing services to SMBs offer landing pages optimized for SEO and conversion.
And directories or local sites offer enhanced profiles that often (or usually) rank higher than the business websites themselves. Thus the profiles and landing pages are “better” than most SMB sites.
A email exchange with Ahmed Farooq prompted me to think that in a few years most SMBs effectively won’t need sites at all because their data will be online through third party efforts (they might need to update or correct information however). Richer profiles with more local data will make SMB sites potentially obsolete. They might want and/or have them, but they won’t need them.