SEMA News - October 2010

While the SEMA Show is a B2B event, getting consumer feedback and knowing what they think about what happens at the Show can be valuable. Fortunately, there are several automotive sites that attend and report on the SEMA Show, making it possible for consumers to stay informed about the new products and trends debuting at the Show. It also gives industry professionals an opportunity to read what consumers think about these new products and trends.

Below, are a few key websites that actively report on the SEMA Show and will provide your company with a chance to read consumers’ reactions. These sites should be included on your list of required reading.

 

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Hub Garage
www.hubgarage.com 

HubGarage is a giant enthusiast community containing automotive-related news, blogs, photos and forums related to the automotive aftermarket. The site is designed to allow car people to showcase their passions for cars.  

 

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AutoBlog
www.autoblog.com

Written by fulltime professional journalists, Autoblog.com offers daily weblogs and podcast news and commentary about automobiles and the automotive industry. It is part of the Weblogs Inc. network of media sites, which is owned by AOL, and it is another top-read enthusiast automotive blog site.  

 

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Automotive Forums of Internet Brands
www.internetbrands.com 

Internet Brands is the owner of dozens of popular blog and forum enthusiast web communities, with each site targeting a specific vehicle. Just about every make and model is covered here.

 
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Jalopnik
www.jalopnik.com

Jalopnik is a newsblog site focused on cars, car culture and the automotive industry. It is among the top-read automotive blogs on the Internet geared toward enthusiasts.

 
 
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Automotive.com
www.automotive.com

A portal site owned by Source Interlink Media, Automotive.com is a community of many of the most popular titles in the industry, including Motor Trend, Hot Rod, Lowrider and more that includes daily features, enthusiast forums and blogs by expert writers.  

 

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