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  1. Having a short lifespan or a short annual period of aboveground growth. Used especially of plants. n. Something, especially a plant, that is ephemeral. [From Greek ephēmeros: ep-, epi-, epi- + hēmerā, day.] e·phem′er·al′i·ty, e·phem′er·al·ness n.
  2. Ephemeral content is but one of them – a tactic that capitalizes on human curiosity and our desire to remain in the loop. Let’s explore what this type of content is and how it can help your business: What is ephemeral content? In a nutshell, ephemeral content is content with an expiration date.
  3. Dec 28,  · Ephemeral pitfalls. Conversely, ephemeral marketing on social media platforms such as Snapchat has some downfalls for participants also. Chiefly there is no way to effectively measure the ad campaign’s effectiveness. Unfortunately, Snapchat is still .
  4. The ephemeral was, in the latter, the sort of half doubting religiosity which has occupied so much of the thought of our day. "A History of Nineteenth Century Literature ()" by George Saintsbury. He might appeal for help in the various towns and cities, but such aid would only be ephemeral.
  5. It follows, prima facie, from such wording that, in order for the recordings made by a broadcasting organisation, for its own broadcasts but with the facilities of a third party, to be covered by the exception laid down in Article 5(2)(d) of Directive /29 in respect of ephemeral recordings, it is sufficient for the third party in question.
  6. If you describe something as ephemeral, you mean that it lasts only for a very short time.
  7. Something that is fleeting or short-lived is ephemeral, like a fly that lives for one day or text messages flitting from cellphone to cellphone. Ephemeral (ə-FEM-ər-əl) was originally a medical term with the specific meaning "lasting only one day," as a fever or sickness (Hemera means "day" in Greek.).
  8. Merriam-Webster defines “ephemeral” as “lasting a very short time.” When we apply this to digital marketing, all social media platforms are ephemeral: Either our attention to content is ephemeral (we watch, react, and then move on), or the content itself is ephemeral (it’s there, and then it’s gone).

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