If you run a small business, Facebook wants some face time with you. And maybe just a few of your ad dollars. "We don't want to take a ton of money," Dan Levy, Facebook's director of small business, told a crowd of around 350 small business owners assembled in Manhattan on Tuesday morning. "We want to take the money that helps you grow your business." The New York event, the first of a five-city tour, is part of the social media powerhouse's plan to turn 25 million small businesses on its site into paying clients. In April, Facebook announced an ad council and roadmap for small business clients, like its offering tailored to big brand advertisers, in a bid to pull the long-tail and local advertising dollars being seized by competitors. Get the full story at Advertising Age