Analysis of Commercial Realization Path of Automobile New Media based on AISAS Model


  • Shuai Fu
  • Dingyi Yuan
  • Lin Zhang



Trill, AISAS Model, Automotive New Media


With the continuous development of the new media industry, major Internet giants are also competing to emerge. Tiktok, B station and wechat have become important nodes linking people and society. With the continuous improvement of people's living standards, the new media of the automobile industry, as another market segment in the field of new media, has its own unique publicity points in terms of popularization, fun and gimmicks. Based on the analysis of AISAS model, this paper analyzes the commercial status of new media in the automotive industry under this model from the aspects of user attention, information interest points, interest search, search action and opinion sharing, and explores the potential path of new media realization in the automotive industry.


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How to Cite

Fu, S., Yuan, D., & Zhang, L. (2024). Analysis of Commercial Realization Path of Automobile New Media based on AISAS Model. International Journal of Social Sciences and Public Administration, 3(2), 442-449.

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