Hey @Pscysm - my first thought when I looked at your landing page is...what exactly is this? Granted, I have some idea because I've seen what you've been saying about it on the forum. But even so, I find myself unsure when looking at your landing page. I can't grasp what Dragonbill is and why I want it.
The content in the red bar is useful for expanding on what's being offered, but it's secondary information. I'd like to see the primary message upfront to feel confident that I understand what I'm signing up for is something I'm actually interested in.*
*caveat, I'm not necessarily your target market, but it was easier to write this in first person
First off, good work on following through on your startup idea! Takes a lot of courage!!
I'm with @Cheli here, I have no idea what the page is about. I see on the tab it says "Small Business Invoice Pay..." before it gets cut off. It says "be the first to.." but I don't know what that means either? I think you should clearly state your value proposition up front as a header.
Second, I think your call to action is not prominent enough. The 'subscribe' button doesn't really look like a button at all. The fact that it is the same colour as the red box underneath it also detracts from people signing up to it.
Have you used Usability Hub before? A great resource, you can load a screen shot of your website and survey people's reactions / ask them questions / etc. It's free, but you have to earn some karma points by doing some usability testing yourself (or you can pay). https://usabilityhub.com/ Definitely check it out, I used it when finishing my UX project, you can get some real great feedback.