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At the age of 19, Taylor started an event marketing software company, which was sold two years later. After dropping out of college, he became the CMO at software company Qualaroo, a behavioral insight survey software, which was later acquired by Xenon Ventures. While at Qualaroo, together with Sean Ellis, Taylor started GrowthHackers, which is an online growth hacking community and a software as a service (SaaS).
In 2014, Taylor founded the marketing firm MilliSense, which he named after his mother; Millicent. Taylor later became the Marketing Officer (CMO) at the online custom sticker company Sticker Mule. After his position as a growth strategist for Microsoft, Taylor joined the on-demand car rental delivery company Skurt as the CMO; this company was later acquired by Fair. In 2016, Taylor founded the social media software company PopSocial, the company achieved a revenue of $2 million (USD) in its first year of operation. He currently serves as Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the social media software company PopSocial and the marketing firm MilliSense.