"Explosive Success Via Email!"

Written by A. T. Rendon

There is no doubt in anyone's mind that email isrepparttar most important communications development inrepparttar 109628 history ofrepparttar 109629 world thanks torepparttar 109630 Internet.

The reason is simple.

We can now communicate on a global scale in a matter of minutes.

This is an awesome power and responsibility. The power isrepparttar 109631 act of communication itself. The responsibility comes in making use of this power in a reasonable and non-spam manner.

That is why it is so important to establish a mailing list of people that have agreed to receive your email messages.

You can either build your list in a slow but steady manner, as detailed in our FREE Report, "Starting Your Own Newsletter!", available to you FREE of charge via auto-responder by email at: mailto:free_report@emailexchange.org

Or you can pay one of those online services to send out emails as confirmations whenever they post a free ad onrepparttar 109632 networks system.

Either way, here are a few tips to "Explosively Increaserepparttar 109633 Success of ANY Email Advertising Campaign!"

1. Your Subject Line isrepparttar 109634 MOST Important Element.

The 'Subject Line' will either get your email read or immediately deleted. It isrepparttar 109635 single most important element of your email message. If you have a bad 'Subject Line' then you may as well not even bother sending outrepparttar 109636 email inrepparttar 109637 first place.

Whatever time you invest on preparing your email campaign, makerepparttar 109638 'Subject' ofrepparttar 109639 email your top priority to provide you repparttar 109640 opportunity to have a successful email campaign.

2. Use Action Words.

Action words bring your message to life forrepparttar 109641 reader. They can help you convey to your target audiencerepparttar 109642 importance of your over-all message.

Emailing Form Input Using ASP

Written by Amrit Hallan

Everybody uses online forms these days, whether to get user feedback or to get orders. They present your visitors with a means to convey their message to you.

Most ofrepparttar webmasters prefer using CGI scripts for processing and emailing form inputs. Such scripts are copiously available, mostly free, at various free-scripts resources onrepparttar 109627 Net. Most of CGI happens in Perl, so you gotta be in friendly terms withrepparttar 109628 scripting language in order to fine tunerepparttar 109629 form-handling script according to your own, special needs.

A better alternative is, using either ASP or PHP. Both scripting languages are easy to use and require less coding. In Perl, if you write a routine in 50 lines,repparttar 109630 same routine can be written, in say, 10 lines in ASP.

In this article I'm going to tell you how to write an HTML-form handling script in ASP. This script does two things - it emails yourepparttar 109631 details entered byrepparttar 109632 visitor, and then it displays a thank you page. It also checks ifrepparttar 109633 user has left a relevant field, here, email, blank.

There are basically two email handling objects used byrepparttar 109634 servers supportingrepparttar 109635 ASP capability, viz., CDONTS and SMTP. We'll see how both work.

First, let us make an HTML page that contains our form (note that every HTML tag is preceded by a dot so that some ofrepparttar 109636 email clients don't throw up a tantrum - you'll have to remove them before implementingrepparttar 109637 code):


. . .This is a test page to run an ASP script that handles form input.

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And now we writerepparttar 109638 ASP file that handlesrepparttar 109639 required script to processrepparttar 109640 above form. Remarks are inserted using ' .


.<% @Language = VBScript %> .<% Option Explicit %> .<% Response.Buffer = True %>

' You'll needrepparttar 109641 above command in case you want to show a "Thank you" page, as you'll need to "re-direct" to "thankyou.html".

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