Learning ASP Series -- Getting Your Hands Dirty With VBScriptWritten by Amrit Hallan
I know some people don't like VBScript for being Microsoft-Centric, but it's very easy to get familiar with, and once you know how to create your ASP pages in VBScript, you can move on to any programming language of your choice.
First thing first: HTML tags and ASP scripts don't socialize well, and although it is not a politically correct agenda, you have to segregate them. Whenever you are writing VBScript code for ASP, enclose code within <% %>.
So if you want to initialize a VBScript variable, do it like this:
<% Dim name name = "Tutan Khamen" %>
For instance, if you want to use variable "name" in your HTML (ASP, actually) page, all you have to do is:
<%@Language=VBScript%> <% Option Explicit %> Testing a VBSCript< itle> <% Dim name name = "Tutan Khamen" %>
Plop, Drop, And FlopWritten by Rod Davis
The increase in Internet businesses have again brought a wave of inexperienced marketers. We've all been there at one point or another. You find a great affiliate program, plop them onto Internet, drop that long affiliate URL into search engines and then wait for success only to be met with yet another flop. So how do they do it? How do those experts claim five figure monthly incomes from their Internet businesses. Well, as Shakespeare would say, presentation's thing. As with all businesses online or off, it takes more than a casual approach to truly make a business work.
It's not that this issue hasn't been addressed; it's simply that it doesn't seem to be sinking in. Many beginning opportunity seekers are misled by many ads and marketing pitches. This is mostly due to smoke and mirrors approach that companies who are selling business opportunities project.
If you are looking to build a solid foundation for your business, follow these time-tested rules of Internet roadway:
1. Decide On A Website Theme. Build a first level domain website around a theme. First you build website and then find affiliate programs. Not other way around. It's important to fold affiliate programs you select into an information resource site that will pull traffic and keep them coming back. Don't just build websites based on their potential to make fast money. Build a website based on your interest in theme and over long term it will be much more successful. 2. Fill It With Useful Information And Resources. Create dynamic resources that will make your website sticky and memorable. A useful informational based website that will rank well with search engines and build confidence in consumer. Look for experts in your field to participate in exchange for exposure. In fact, join their affiliate programs and get paid for that exposure!