If you have been using Microsoft Office Live Small Business and their "free" small business DIY website service, get ready for a change.
Office 365. The key difference for you is that now it costs money to host your site with Microsoft. The FAQ section at the site above quotes $15 per month with a free trial period. You have until April 30, 2012 to decide what to do with your website.
If you stick with MS, you still have to manually move all of your text and images and whatever else you have on your Office Live website onto the new one with Office 365.
Before you decide make sure to read up on all of the features that are going to be available and take some time to determine if they are going to meet your needs.
If MS Office 365 has the interactive features that you need, then all you have to do is recreate your website.
Is the new offering is too much tool (or the wrong tools) for too much money? You have other low-cost options. Some small businesses can get away with using WordPress or even Google's Blogger to create their sites. Or you may need a custom hosted solution. Either way, don't forget a custom design to broadcast your brand.
Drop me a line if you need to review your options for your MS Office business site. I can create a theme for your solution that looks just like or better than what you created in Microsoft. While we're at it, let's make sure that all of your business communication needs are met in the transfer process.