Cageless Content was established in 2016 when Owner-Operator, Ethan Fenton decided that, after years of working in the startup community, it was time to branch out - starting his own digital marketing agency.
Although the cageless team remains intentionally small, with Ethan, his wife Chelsea, and other part-time contributors, Cageless Content has been trusted by many fantastic companies and organizations - all looking to elevate their communication & marketing.
Our areas of expertise include:
Your biggest asset in digital marketing is your website.
Although social media has moved up the ranks, it has still not replaced the website - especially when it comes to generating new leads and sales. A website doesn't go away or change on a dime, it's the rock you want to build your digital foundation on.
Cageless will work with your organization to ensure your website becomes a beautiful, mobile-friendly, revenue-driving platform.
The Black Spoon
The Black Spoon is one of Cape Breton's premier dining establishments that blows people away with their amazingly delicious plates!
Brittany MacLeod Photography
Brittany MacLeod is one of Atlantic Canada's most prestigious photographers & outspoken entrepreneurs, working with cutting edge brands, incredible individuals, and the most beautiful weddings both locally in Cape Breton and across the globe!
We love working with clients to develop their brands!
Whether we're talking logo designs, business cards, mission statements, or communication booklets - Cageless Content is ready to dive in and help you re-brand or build something you can be proud of!
Full Branding Package
Northside Rising is a citizen & government-driven initiative that’s rising up against significant challenges facing those who live in Cape Breton's Northside community.
Cageless Content was commissioned by Inspiring Communities, the parent organization of Northside Rising, to develop the name, branding, and communication guidelines for this fantastic initiative.
Cageless Content is now working with Inspiring Communities to develop a brand for their newest initiative in North Sydney and Sydney Mines. Their unique branding package includes logo development, business cards, and communication tools.
This nautical-inspired logo was developed for Journey when the church launched their Sunday morning service in Point Edward.
Your brand's content is such an important way to communicate your services to potential clients.
Content like blogs, white papers, website copy, and social posts cannot be underestimated or undervalued.
Work with Cageless to clarify your message, engage prospects, and increase your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) by using great content marketing!
Let's Talk Security
This one-pager was developed to assist a sales team with communicating to a specific decision maker in their sales process.
One-pagers can be hugely helpful when you're dealing with a demographic that just 'wants something emailed to them.'
Copol Website SEO & Copy
Web Content & Design
Website copy is such an integral part of your content marketing strategy, contributing to sales, customer support, and branding, and search engine optimization.
When clients ask me, ‘how do I get my website on the first page of Google?’ I tell them ‘great website copy paired with intelligent SEO.’
Videos are now the most consumed media on the web - driving engagement, excitement, and enthusiasm for brands who are utilizing this fantastic medium.
Set your business apart by developing top-notch video content with Cageless Content.
#FestivalHeroes // Osheaga
This video was filmed onsite at Osheaga Music Festival in Montreal as a testimonial piece for live event management software, Marcato.
how2trak Surgery App Testimonial
Hear from one of Canada's leading orthopedic surgeons as they review the how2trak Surgery app!
Pucker Up Email Marketing Campaigns: Using Old Techniques in New Ways
I’m not talking about the once face-painted legends who always encouraged us to “rock and roll all night and party every day.” I’m talking about the now very cliché Western proverb that encourages readers to "Keep It Simple Stupid", or if my four-year-old son was an avid reader of the blog (or a reader at all), Keep It Simple Silly – since he would remind me that “stupid is not a nice word.” Cliché or not, the proverb reminds us all of some very vital truths when it comes to some everyday B2B practices - especially when it comes to email campaigns.Read More...