"Explosive Success Via Email!"

Written by A. T. Rendon

Continued from page 1

For a FREE List ofrepparttar Top 50 Action Words, send an email to: mailto:action_words@emailexchange.org

3. Do NOT OVER Capitalize.

Some Capitalized letters are essential but too many can convey repparttar 109628 sense of shouting and no one likes to be shouted at.

Worse still, your message can take on a cluttered or amateurish look if you use all capital letters.

4. Do NOT use too many Exclamation points!

Same problem can arise here as withrepparttar 109629 use of too many capital letters. Do not risk having that a cluttered and amateurish look to draw attention to your message.

Your message itself should dorepparttar 109630 work of attraction.

5. Personalize When Possible.

If you have an email program that allows you to PERSONALIZE your email messages, make use of it by makingrepparttar 109631 'Subject' message a personal one forrepparttar 109632 reader. I make use ofrepparttar 109633 FREE Aureate Group Mailing Software which has that feature built in and allows me to 'Personalize" all email that I send to my various lists.

To download your own FREE copy of this Email Program visit at: http://www.infacta.com/download.asp

6. Keep it 6 to 8 words maximum.

A short Subject Title Line is better because if you make it too long, many ofrepparttar 109634 email programs in use will actually cut off your 'Subject' message and make it either unreadable or atrepparttar 109635 least, unappealing.

Make liberal use of these few tips and you will see a definite and 'Explosive Increase inrepparttar 109636 Success of your Email Campaigns'.

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Emailing Form Input Using ASP

Written by Amrit Hallan

Continued from page 1

. . .The form handling script. .


.<% Dim nName, eEmail, AllOk, bText, Mailer AllOk = True

' We use AllOk to see whether it is Ok to proceed further or not. If AllOk contains "False," we do not proceed. The use of AllOk here may seem needless here, but if there are many fields, it comes handy.

nName = Trim(Request.Form("name"))

eEmail = Trim(Request.Form("email))

If Len(eEmail) = 0 then Response.Write "You cannot submit details without submitting your email. Please pressrepparttar BACK button of your browser and try again."

AllOk = False

End If

If AllOk = True then

bText = "The visitor torepparttar 109627 web site has enteredrepparttar 109628 following details:" & Chr(13) & Chr(10) & Chr(13) & Chr(10)

' We userepparttar 109629 combination of Chr(13) and Chr(10) to insertrepparttar 109630 line breaks.

bText = bText & "Visitor's Name: " & nName & Chr(13) & Chr(10) bText = bText & "Visitor's Email: " & eEmail

' This section uses SMTP ' Sendingrepparttar 109631 email torepparttar 109632 webmaster.

Set Mailer = Server.CreateObject("SMTPsvg.Mailer) Mailer.FromAddress = eEmail Mailer.FromName = nName Mailer.AddRecipient "Webmaster", "webmaster@yourdomain.com" Mailer.RemoteHost = "mail.yourdomain.com" Mailer.Subject = "Form submitted at your web site!" Mailer.BodyText = bText

If Mailer.SendMail then Response.Redirect "thankyou.html" Else Response.Redirect "error.html" End If

Set Mailer = nothing

' This section uses CDONTS ' Sendingrepparttar 109633 email torepparttar 109634 webmaster.

Set Mailer = Server.CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail") Mailer.From = eEmail Mailer.To = "webmaster@yourdomain.com" Mailer.Subject = Form submitted at your web site!" Mailer.Body = bText

If Mailer.Send then Response.Redirect "thankyou.html" Else Response.Redirect "error.html" End If

Set Mailer = nothing

End If


I have demonstrated both CDONTS and SMTP, but you have to use only one. You'll have to ask your web host what to use.

As usual, if you have a doubt, you can write to me at amrit@bytesworth.com.

Allrepparttar 109635 best.

Amrit Hallan is a freelance web designer. For all web site development and web promotion needs, you can get in touch with him at http://www.bytesworth.com. For more such articles, visit http://www.bytesworth.com/articles and http://www.bytesworth.com/learn You can subscribe to his newsletter [BYTESWORTH REACHOUT] on Web Designing Tips & Tricks by sending a blank email at bytesworth-subscribe@topica.com

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