You need to use Anchor tag whenever you create a link in HTML. Refer the following code piece
In the above code snippet you've stored the actual url in a variable href and the title you want to show in title variable. The Response.Write() does the hyperlink writing which is self explanatory.
href = "http://www.google.com" 'The url of the site
title = "Visit Google" ' The title you want to use
Response.Write("<a href='"& href &"' target='_blank'>" & title & "</a>")
In the above code snippet the variable part is almost similar in the first code snippet except a major difference, here we stored the entire anchor tag inside a variable and wherever we need the hyperlink we just used it using Response.Write()
href = "http://www.yahoo.com" 'The url of the site
title = "Yahoo!" ' The title you want to use
Dim hyperlink: hyperlink = "<a href='"& href &"' target='_blank'>" & title & "</a>" 'complete anchor tag in a variable
Response.Write("<br>"&hyperlink) 'Hyperlink construction
In your case you can retrieve the hyperlink (url) value from your database and specify that in place of the href attribute of anchor tag as well as if you want you can specify it as the caption of the anchor tag.