I'm gonna be honest, but only because I care:
This wouldn't attract me as a client.
It's very busy, and looks... old. It looks like (oh god I can't believe I'm old enough to say this) something I would've designed ten years ago. And that's not necessarily a bad thing, since we all get better... but it doesn't really attract customers.
- Navigation is too busy. I can't tell what I'm doing. It also doesn't look like it fits correctly.. it looks like it's just floating there
- Text is ridiculously hard to read. It hurts my eyes to try and read the black on grey or white on silver/black on silver/blue/etc.
- Everything is flat. The greyscale with black and blue just makes all the elements look flat and boring. Not that they need to look "3D" by any means.. but the forcefulness of the bevel/gradient trying to make it not flat has the inverse effect.
- A lot of images are pixelated and badly anti-aliased.
- I don't understand what your website is for when I first look at it. I see "cyborg computer services" (though the logo is a bit hard to decipher) And then I see a bunch of random--excuse the technical term--crap that confuses the hell out of me. If I don't know what you provide immediately, I won't stay and look around.
- You provide too many services, at least.. in the order they're organized now. Again, I just don't know what you do. Do you build computers? Do you design websites? Do you do virii removal? I just don't know.
- Solid idea. I like the "Cyborg" theme. Maybe it reminds me of Skynet.. who knows. But I do like the theme... and it can go places.. but it needs to be rebranded. The logo is hard to understand, and the rest of your site doesn't remind me anything of cyborgs except for that there's gunmetal.. metal... more metal.. silver.. and some blue. You know?
- LOTS OF GREAT CONTENT. Seriously--you have a ton of great content on the website.. but it's all over the place. You have tutorials in with designs, and guides in with the shopping cart (an exageration, yes). If you move all this information and organize it and figure out what you really want, it'll be great! Have a blog, etc.
Pick something your website/company does, and do it. You're offering to do a lot of things, and honestly companies/people who offer to do everything are the ones that suck at it all. It's like a genius at the genius bar at an Apple store. They know a tiny, miniscule amount of stuff, about a ton of products. What do you know best? Stick with that. Personally, I *can* do design, and I will... but my focus is front/back end development. and that's what I market myself as. I do have clients that ask me to do designs, and I do, because I can. But I don't advertise for it, because it's not something I'm a professional at. I offer hosting to my clients because I'm confident in my abilities to host and maintain servers, but I don't offer hosting on my website. It's part of the package.
Sorry if I seem really harsh. I'm trying to help.