Web Webster

Web Webster



Rhodes College


Streaming Media



Apple TV


  • Freelance tech and lifestyle writer whose works has appeared in Memphis Magazine, Griffin Technology, and TechnologyAdvice, and other publications.
  • Copywriter and content strategist for tech, healthcare, education, non-profits, restaurants, and hospitality.


Web Webster has been writing about consumer tech for more than two decades, with an emphasis on the Apple ecosystem. His writing has appeared in Memphis Magazine, Griffin Technology, and TechnologyAdvice, as several other publications.

Most recently, as head writer for a global consumer electronics accessories brand, Web wrote manuals, blogs, packaging, videos, and more, all aimed at demystifying tech for users from every walk of life. Now, as a freelance writer and content strategist, Web writes for tech, education, healthcare, and hospitality clients.


Web earned his bachelor of arts degree in English from Rhodes College in 1990. He earned a certification in Google Ad Words in 2017 and has recently headed down the rabbit hole of Google Analytics.  He hopes to emerge certified in those dark arts by the embed of 2018. He has also completed coursework in photography, metal sculpture, ceramics, and grant writing.

A Message from Web Webster

You should be the boss of your tech. Your phone? Your tablet? Your digital camera? They're machines. They work for you. People say they're not tech-savvy. I think that's looking at it wrong; tech is no longer people-savvy. I may not be able to make tech itself simpler, but I can help people use their tech more effectively.

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