Never visited AOL’s homepage? Its radical redesign hopes to change that

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You might not visit AOL.com much, but a lot of people still do. While brands like Engadget, TechCrunch and The Huffington Post are more frequently discussed, it’s still a monster. According to comScore, the site had 31.3 million unique views in April 2015, and it’s just revealed a radical redesign in the hopes of pushing those numbers even higher. One of the biggest reasons quoted for Verizon’s recent acquisition of AOL was betting on the company’s video ad tech. Video is also at the heart of the strategy for AOL.com with a 93.8 percent growth in views between April 2014 and…

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