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    I just launched a new site called RocketReferrals. The site provides a service that allows other Webmasters to add an 'email page to friend' feature to their Web sites.

    Please check out the site and let me know if you "get it". Also, what do you think about the overall design and concept?

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    I get the concept, but not sure if people will be willing to pay for this type of service. If a site has dynamic content already, this should be a relatively simple addition to the programming.

    As far as the design goes, it's not bad.

    I found one error, though. When you link from your "Account Setup" page (which uses SSL) back to the other pages, you remain on the HTTPS protocol, and users are asked every time they switch pages if they "Want to display the non-secure items?"

    You can easily fix this by making all of your links on your SSL pages absolute, meaning specify "http://www.rocketreferrals.com/faq.php" instead of just "faq.php" in the link.

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    Also, the "a service of WebProclaim, LLC" message in the banner (is that Comic Sans ?!?) looks awful. Try putting it at the bottom of the page in plain text.. arial 8 pt.

    The banner is reserved for branding and tag lines.

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    I get the idea of the service but I think that the price is a bit steep. It's a good design, though.
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    I'd have to say it is a bit steep as well. There are many sites that give this service away for nothing, and those of us who know anything about programming can easily set up a service such as this ourselves in no more than half an hour. It's nothing more than an extension of form-to-email, which there a ton of scripts available for.

    You've also misspelled "genuinely" on your "Pricing Information" page.

    As far as the layout goes, I'd also have to agree with what was said. I would, however, make the text a little bit darker. There isn't a lot of contrast between it and the background, which renders it somewhat hard to read.
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    I dont like the banner in the page. If you see that website in high resolution screen,that will look ugly(coz im not a fan of that).
    My suggestion:Align you main table to center of the page.
    Good design, though. but nobody gonna pay that money for your service,i think!
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    nice site, cant be bothered to look what it is all about. Good work man :classic: i love that hand, looks great
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