Six points to begin with, before I have a good look through the site:
1. Your mouseover effects on the navigation bar make the hyperlink text vanish altogether so you're left with a blank button. In effect, the navigation disappears. Not very inspirational.
2. On your examples page the images are far too small and of very poor quality. This does you no favours at all and if you want to sell your design/layout services you need to demonstrate that you can not only do the work to begin with but that you're capable of displaying it well.
3. I hope that the image you've used of the Mac is your own or at least is from a source that has given you permission to use it.
4. The bottom bar of the top panel [below the Broadlink Design.com text] is not showing on your examples page.
5. The layout jumps from page to page in that the image of the Mac and the actual page content scoots up and down the page depending on which page you click on to visit. You need to lock that down to ensure that every page shares a common layout with common elements in exactly the same place on every page.
6. You aren't clear whether you are offering your services as a web host, or whether you're offering to arrange hosting on the packages you detail. Reading the various packages offered it would be very easy to assume that you yourself are the web host and I think you should make that clear one way or another.
I like the overall layout and colour scheme. It shows a lot of work has gone into it and it has a great deal of promise. You should find someone to proof read the content though since you still have a few grammatical errors.
From your Home User Package page:
"Webmail—You can read your emails online using."
From your Business User Package page:
"It offers lar
ge space and amazing bandwidth."
That particular one is because of an invisible "to the naked eye" VIEW CHECKOUT element on the page that breaks up the text mid-line.
You're well on the right road though and overall it is heading in the right direction.