One major problem seems to be that the main page isn`t rendering correctly in Firefox. I`m on version 2.x, so perhaps that`s been adjusted in FF 3.x. Even so, with a lot of people on other browsers, check your cross-browser compatibility.
I also didn`t care all that much for the white-to-gray text color on top of the maroon banner color. It`s hard to read. With the inconsistent font size and capitalization, it looked a bit too amateurish for a small business consulting company, y`know?
In IE (6.x) on my 19" high-rez LCD, your content font size is so small it`s either hard to read, or requires expanding. From what I read, my resolution is starting to be typical, although a majority are still at 1024x768. I`m using 1280x1024.
The copy writing is a bit poor, and could use some tweaking. For example, in your first paragraph:
"The SIP Marketing Group is a Canadian based online marketing firm that will increase your online presence and help your company achieve an increase of sales, leads and customers. This is achieved by combining our tried and tested Internet Marketing techniques, with our world-class customer service. Through constant, responsive communication, we get to thoroughly understand our customer’s business, and then highlight those strengths during our comprehensive approach."
You begin by talking directly to "me," the small business owner. You end by talking generically to "customers." It leads me to suspect that the content is mostly hype, corporate jargon, and you lose points on the sincerity meter. :-)
By the way, I clicked the link in the home-page content for "The SIP Marketing Group" and it took me right back to the same page. Seems a bit odd, as I`d expected to go someplace else.
All in all, it`s an okay site but doesn`t inspire me to do much of anything. There are countless sites offering to make me fantastic, famous, brilliant, and world-visible. Why is this different?
In that respect, I really like the video in the banner. It was weird the way it started, almost like a radio show that came in somewhere in the middle. But I quickly got the concept that it was a discussion on the future of SEO. I`ll assume you may use that area to offer additional topical videos? Good idea, anyway.
So it`s mostly content writing, call to action, and a better "customer journey." I clicked the box for Web Design and nothing happened. It was only then, that I saw that "read more..." link. Make the whole box a link, so people don`t have to be exactly accurate in their mouse movements. :-)