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Stephanie Faris

Branded Content Writer

Nashville, TN

Stephanie Faris

I am a full-time content writer, specializing in finance, business, and technology. I regularly ghostwrite branded content for corporate clients. I'm also the Simon & Schuster author of eight books.

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Quick Look: Best Mortgage Lenders for First-time Buyers

Ready to buy your first home? Have you learned everything you can about how to save for a house? Once you’ve determined the type and location of home you want to buy, you don’t want to miss out on finding a reliable lender that can offer you preapproval. Here’s how to take the next step and find the right lender for you.
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Use an Old Web Cam To Monitor Your Property for Free

Webcams are everywhere these days, including on the computer or mobile device you’re probably using to read this. If you have an old device around the house, you can repurpose its webcam into a surveillance tool for your home or business. If not, you should be able to find an old webcam nobody’s using, or buy one from a big-box retailer for less than $50.
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iPhone Apps To Monitor & Improve Your Sleep

Are you getting enough sleep? According to the CDC, one in three adults isn’t. Lack of sleep may leave you cranky and unprepared to meet the next day’s challenges, but over time it can have more serious health consequences. If you have a smartphone though, the tools you need to get more sleep are just a few screen taps away.
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Bots That Will Instantly Make Your Facebook Messenger More Useful

Facebook Messenger bots are probably the most useful tool you didn’t even know existed until now. You can receive alerts and information directly in Messenger, a tool you probably currently use just for staying in touch with friends. But businesses are rushing to find a way to use Facebook Messenger to engage their own customers.
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Use an Old Web Cam To Monitor Your Property for Free

Webcams are everywhere these days, including on the computer or mobile device you’re probably using to read this. If you have an old device around the house, you can repurpose its webcam into a surveillance tool for your home or business. If not, you should be able to find an old webcam nobody’s using, or buy one from a big-box retailer for less than $50.
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What Are Assets & Liabilities on a Home Loan Application?

Buying a home is a big commitment. Few people have hundreds of thousands of dollars burning a hole in their pockets, which means they’ll need a loan to make the purchase. When you apply for a mortgage loan, you’ll probably notice the request to list your assets and liabilities. Your assets include your cars and businesses you own, as well as any money you have invested or in bank accounts.
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How to Fix a Panasonic TV That Won't Turn On

Few things can be as frustrating as failing electronics. This is especially true of a TV, which is often the centerpiece of the house. To fix a Panasonic screen that won't power on, you'll first need to rule out the remote, the power strip and the power cord, but it could be a problem with the capacitor, which may require professional repair.
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How to Get a Support Employee Gaming License

Each state with casinos has its own gaming laws and regulations regarding employee licensing. Some states classify licenses based on tiers, while others separate gaming licenses by types, with one of those types called “support employees.”. To get a support employee gaming license, you’ll usually need to pass a gaming license background check, but you should first apply to work with the casino, as sometimes they will pay the fees and help you get established with the state.
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The Best Extensions For The Safari Browser

If you have an Apple device, you’re likely familiar with Safari. Although it’s not nearly as popular as Google Chrome, the fact that it’s built into every MacBook, iPhone, and iPad means that it’s still being used on plenty of devices. Although Safari is packed with its fair share of features, including incognito mode and a Share function, you can extend its features through the many extensions available in the App Store.
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Why It’s Worth Still Using Bing For Your Web Searches

When the internet first gained widespread popularity, there was no shortage of search engines. Whether it was Lycos, Yahoo! , AltaVista, or Ask Jeeves, everyone seemed to have a favorite. But in the late 90s, one search engine came along to wipe everyone else off the map. Only a few Google competitors remain, and even today, Google holds a whopping 76 percent market share, followed by China’s Baidu at a meager 15 percent.
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How to Export iTunes Songs as MP3 Files

An MP3 is a standard format for digital audio, holding the ability to play on a variety of devices. If you have an iOS device, though, you're probably all too aware that the music you download through iTunes doesn't work on non-iOS devices. The good news is, you can easily export music to MP3 files in iTunes, either by using the tool built into iTunes or through the use of third-party software, some of which is free.
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How to Become a Forensic Officer

On TV, forensic science looks like a glamorous career. If you dream of analyzing evidence from a crime scene to help put the bad guys behind bars, life as a forensic officer may be for you. Forensic officers may serve as crime scene investigators or forensic scientists, with each of these two fields having its own unique requirements for entry.
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About

Stephanie Faris

Stephanie Faris is a children's author and freelance writer with eight books under contract with Simon & Schuster. She regularly ghostwrites for entrepreneurs and marketing firms, with her work having appeared on such high-profile publications as Inc and Entrepreneur. Her bylined work has appeared on NYPost.com, Pacific Standard, Writer's Digest, and Cosmopolitan.com, among many others.

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https://stephaniefaris.com/

Skills

  • Affiliate marketing content
  • Writing
  • Content writing
  • Branded content writing