Credibility is hurt with a copyright of 2007.
Graphics should look custom. The photos look like stock photos.
The overall look of the homepage is "boring".
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I think I would have put the column that begins 'Start Ranking Higher' at the top of the page alongside your main content, make the initial screen seem a bit fuller. I think I prefer a higher image to text ratio.
First, I'm going to agree with Milo. It's a little stark. Comes across like text on a page to me. A company looking for design service is likely not going to be impressed. The only real "flavor" I see is the little yellow post-a-note in the header and compared to the rest of the page it looks really out of place to me.
I also don't see a "portfolio". A potential client is going to want to see what you have done and are capable of doing beyond your own site.
I can't say that I'm a fan of the "forums" link in the top nav either for a couple of reasons though I'm sure are many who will disagree. A potential client who happens to follow that link is going to see everything locked. Not a positive in my mind. While it may garner you some business I think it's more likely to attract researchers, folks looking for answers, and spammers than people seeking your service. Personally, I'd rather see the forum on its own and if anything, a "Support" area dedicated to clients if anything at all.
The overall feeling I get is that the market you appear to be trying target are people in the industry. The technical statement outlines everything you've done for your site. It comes across as an example to be duplicated rather than an enticement. I'd spend more time discussing the basic importance of such factors and what they can do for your potential clients, rather than "This web site uses..." or "This web site conforms..." What you can do for them.
My 2 cents...
I checked it out and it looks good to me.
good clean design, informative and the tools also work.
I can't be much critical because there is very little room for improvements left.
still I think you need a way to add more content and community participation in your company.
take seomoz for an example and follow their approach like white board friday etc.
You did the smart thing by making sure the 'Live Chat' and phone numbers for US/UK/DE/AU are all visible on every page in the same location.
The right side of your logo is not particularly 'crisp' and I 'get' the whole three monitors with the search engines on them, but I am not sure what the graphical post it note is for.
The word 'Workers' in 'SEO Workers' does not need the word 'Workers' 'reflecting' below it.
I tend to look at websites from a 'selling' point of view rather than a technical point of view.
Overall, your industry performs some very personal services and to get a sale you must inspire a lot of trust in your visitors. As such, I recommend youtube, put yourself in front of a camera...explain yourself.....People like to look at 'eyes' (literally) when deciding whether to trust you.
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