The Working Reading List: Shopping Tips and Tricks for the Holiday Season

by Rachel Yeomans | December 2nd, 2011   

Happy Friday! We hope that your week is wrapping up well, and you’re gearing up for a fantastic weekend. Here is our weekly wrap-up and recap of what we’ve been reading on business and business fashion throughout the interwebs. This week we’ve been talking about shopping tips, ideas and feedback (quite fitting for the season).

We also share more reads each day through our Twitter feed and Facebook page, so if you’re hungry for more, you have even more places to check out! Have you read something you want included or do you have a theme you’d like us to feature? Let us know in the comments or email it to Happy reading!

Woman Reading Paper The Working Reading List: Shopping Tips and Tricks for the Holiday Season

The Working Man: Men Shopping? (TheWorkingWardrobe): Men, shopping? Yes it does exist. In fact at times they buy two of a kind.

Top 20 Online Home Delivery Subscriptions (Mashable): Subscription memberships are a booming business right now, and for a reason. Here’s a collection of 20 fun ones that make great gifts.

Plan Your Shopping with The New York Times Holiday Gift Guide (New York Times): Plan your shopping with The New York Times Holiday Gift Guide, including gifts for the busy socialite in your life, the socially conscious, beer-brewing man and more.

Grocery Shopping for the Busy Professional (TheWorkingWardrobe): Grocery shopping can be an extra item added to the to-do list for the busy professional. But there are ways we can fit shopping and cooking into our regimens!

Marketing Tactics to Steal From Cyber Monday (Inc.): It’s the most hyped shopping event of the year after Black Friday. And marketers are pulling out all the stops. Here’s what you can learn from them.

Visions of the Future of High-Tech Shopping (ReadWriteWeb): Here are three kinds of Web-powered innovations that will contribute to the future of shopping.

‘Social Commerce’ App Allows Users to Get Friends’ Shopping Advice (Scientific American): A new ‘social commerce’ iPhone app, Wikets, helps you curate your most trusted recommendations of products and places.