Too many social icons
It’s great that your business uses Twitter and FriendFeed (whatever that is), but you don’t need to cover your page in them. Subtlety’s the word.
Useless page title
I use a whole bunch of sites at once, all in separate tabs; it’s annoying to guess the page I’m on.
Yes, I know there’s no title here.
No breathing room
Whitespace is not empty space. It’s super–helpful for readability, and can really add a level of professionalism to your site. Look at Apple.
No matter how corporate your site is, you can always make the copy easier to understand. Write as if your grandmother were reading (if so: hi, Nan!).
No stock photos!
iStock can be an invaluable resource, but don’t choose smiling businesspeople that don’t accurately reflect you. Or those white, 3D renders of graphs.
If you are selling something, it should be a given that you don’t show adverts. You’re just telling people to use your competitors (which is probably a bad idea).
The footer of this page actually sells your soul to a goat-herder, but you wouldn’t know that, since the text is too damn small.