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Starting with your local yellow or white pages is a good idea. See which businesses are included and find out through the ad if they already have a presence on-line. Many people include there web-sites in their ads. You can also google the business name a check that way as well. Then personally contact them (many choices here: mail, flyers, business cards, telephone, etc..) to feel out exactly how they would like to grow their business. Good luck and let us know which avenue you decided to take.
You should also check out local.com, which is set up to do what you're describing. Obviously they haven't (and won't) reach every small business owner, so you might start by asking yourself what you would do differently. Will you better serve businesses in Albuquerque, and how? That local level of detail is probably what will set you apart, and something you should communicate clearly to your customers.
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