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Announcing -- Our New xoTribe Members Community

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Over the past four years, xoNecole and its social platforms have become the perfect space for Black Girl Magic to thrive in all its glory.

We laughed together.

Cried together.

Shared our breakup stories and major wins while giving everyday women a voice to be heard and felt.

And as we near our 5th anniversary, we wanted to curate a safe space to connect with our tribe even deeper.

We are proud to announce our new members community The xoTribe!

If glowing up with a gang of fly and fearless women striving to be their best selves in life, love and everything in between is your thing, then The xoTribe is the right place for you. Join our private members community where conversations come to life as you chop it up with the xoNecole editors and gain a supportive tribe of women from around the globe.

You can sit with us!

Membership Perks

  • Gain access to industry leaders through our Mentor Monday sessions and archive of digital fireside chats
  • Get access to discounted xoNecole event tickets before they are available to the general public
  • Connect with xoNecole editors for feedback on your story ideas and articles for possible publication on the site
  • Get notifications for job announcements within xoNecole and the opportunity to be a part of our brand ambassador program
  • Get notified when there are new networking events and conferences happening in your city
  • Have your business or brand featured in the xoNecole newsletter, website and social media by submitting to our Small Business Saturdays
  • Connect with and get advice from xoNecole founder Necole Kane

And we can't forget the supportive gang of amazing women that you'll meet in one of the safest spaces on the Internet for women of color.

So, are you in or nah? Click here to join the xoTribe today and connect with us!

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