A few comments on the new update:
- S-help takes up too much space at the top advertising its own services. Many of us invest a great deal in listing domains here and the focus should be on selling the premium domain – not on selling S-help’s branding services.
To elaborate on this: many domains, particularly higher quality names, are sold via type-in traffic. A domain landing page should be clean and simple, focused on serving one purpose: converting the sale. Adding a bunch of upsell services at the top is confusing and dilutes the sales presentation. The effect is likely to take more buyers into the S-help site or increase confusion and bounce rate vs. simply converting the sale. This could result in a large number of lost sales.
Most of the yellow highlights should be removed. I didn’t highlight the “start contest” button – that should probably be removed, too, for the same reason – it is a sales-conversion killer.
The separate line for Home / Names / (domain) is unnecessary and takes prospective buyers away from the current name, encouraging them to browse other options. Again, a domain landing page should be designed to convert the sale – not to encourage browsing or discovery of the S-help suite of services.
The descriptions no longer have spacing between paragraphs. No one wants to read a single chunk of text.
I can no longer rate logos.