About Con Con
Con Con is a one day conference focused on teaching startups how to create and then use content to acquire new users and customers. We bring you experts from digital media companies, social media stars, and content aficionados to show how they build and monetize massive audiences.
Con Con is created by The Hustle, an online publication for forward thinkers interested in business, tech, culture, and design.
How does Con Con work?
Con Con works like a one day college course. You show up and are taught strategies for creating and distributing great content. Except at Con Con, you’re not paying $50,000 a year to attend… because it’s only one day and doesn’t cost $50,000. And you’ll actually use what you learn. And your professors have actually accomplished what they’re teaching. And you won’t want to skip it.
We’ve gathered the most successful people in media to give 20-minute keynotes on actionable tactics for creating, distributing, and profiting from great content. You’ll learn about idea generation, creating both video and written content, how to distribute it to millions, and turning those visitors into users or customers.
The conference will be at the Brava Theater – a concert-style venue – in San Francisco. Capacity is limited to 300 people.
Should I come?
If you want to learn from the best content creators in the world and hear their stories, then yes, come. If you want to see in real time how articles with millions of visitors are created, then yes you should come.
If you’re a founder, public company employee, wanna-be creator, or are already in the media industry and want to meet 300+ similar people who are hungry to learn what you want to learn, then you should definitely come.
One of our previous event attendees once said, “It felt like I was having an intellectual orgasm during each talk.” That’s pretty gross, but if you want to have an “intellectual orgasm” then yeah, you should come too. You sicko.