My opinion, take it or leave it.
To begin with, I want to preface my opinions by saying I hope you aren’t doing this to cash grab, and instead, to gain knowledge or possibly compete with SF. If you’re doing it for the wrong reasons, people will pickup on it quickly, and you probably won’t get far. Of course, your site will always get traffic - regardless of what people think. I just personally think it’s a good idea to take the initiative to actually listen to peoples feedback during the development stages and learn from the mistakes that previous websites have made.
I also would like to see if this turns out unique, and becomes its own alternative to scripts that wouldn’t even be compared to SF. Not because it’s better, but because it offers an entirely different service then its counterpart. It’s your decision, what that may be, and whether it focus’ on jobs more, or offers something else - I don’t know. All I do know, is I’d hate to see this website just be a copy/paste of scriptfodder with different colors. It’s already been done, and I don’t think it worked out too well. Of course, this is your decision and if what you have in mind is all you expect from it then so be it. The way I look at it, as a consumer not a developer, is I’ll probably stick to SF unless you show real promises of offering something different that will benefit me.
In regards to the current state of the website, it’s looking good. I’m not a design wizard so I can’t really give input on whether your color palette is good, or if your layout is ‘clean’ or intuitive. However, you are taking steps away from the regular format I see from script marketplaces which is nice to see.
You can take Netheous’ post with ignorance, but you shouldn’t; he raises a fair point. In the direction you’re heading right now, you won’t compete with SF in any field. SF wins the race in almost every category which is why I think you need to create your own race and separate yourself from SF. This isn’t going to be easy, and I sorta chuckled when I read it over myself. But you don’t really have a choice. You may not know, but this thread has been made several times over by other people and they never make it too far. To be honest, you don’t really have much on your side.
In conclusion: If you don’t standout from SF, your website will inevitably maintain traffic but it will be limited to the people that are either banned, pissed off at, or don’t know about ScriptFodder. In all cases, this isn’t too beneficial for you. In the end, I do wish you luck. I think everyone should be given a fair chance in their creations, regardless if the idea is original or not. Don’t let the other posts get you down - try your best and if its not what you want then move on.