I have a simple question regarding the listings in google places when you do a local search for local businesses. When I do a search lets say for dentists in city, state you get the listings of businesses at the top in google places. I notice that in the google places listings that the business either has a website url for their business or it says maps.google.com
Is it safe to assume that anyone that doesn't have a url in google places but has maps.google.com instead simply doesn't have a regular website at all?
I'm getting started selling mobile websites and I find potential customers by searching locally for businesses who have a regular website and are on page one of google already. They should already know the value of having a website and being on the first page of google so I figure they'd have to be stupid to not go mobile as they could be losing up to 25% of potential customers who find them on smartphones in google but they don't have a mobile friendly site.
Maybe I should be selling regular websites first as it appears that lots and lots of local businesses by me don't even have a regular website.
Anyway sorry for the semi long post so I'll ask my question again - Is it safe to assume that anyone that doesn't have a url in google places but has maps.google.com instead simply doesn't have a regular website at all?