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Study of Network Live Broadcast Influencing on Consumer Purchase Intention of Electronic Products in Guizhou

Zhicheng Wang

Abstract


With the continuous innovation of information technology, the Internet has become more widely used. This widespread
application changed the way of communication and business models and changed the way consumers shop. Research showed that
more and more netizens were keen on price transparency and convenient online live scene shopping methods. Therefore, further
understanding of the factors influencing consumers’ purchase intentions in the live webcast scenario would greatly benefit e-commerce companies. In this research, an in-depth study of the relevant literature and research results investigate the purchase intention, purchase behavior, and perceived value of Guizhou consumers in the live webcast scenario, combined with the actual situation of the shopping environment of the webcast scenario in Guizhou. The web lives broadcast scenario Influences willingness and
establishing factors with five variables: perceived benefit, purchase cost, perceived risk, perceived value, and purchase intention.

Keywords


Network Live Broadcasting; Consumer Purchase Intention ; Electronic Products

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i6.2821

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