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Pro: No matter how many people get your feed and how often, they will cache and serve it. If it's a busy site and the .xml is generated on the fly it may take a toll on the server too.
I read that you can 302 your rss to your feedburner-url to remedy the con mentioned.
Does this work the same as a normal 302?
Redirect /my-rss [feed*****.com...]
I assume on your site and on other rss aggregators you post your domainname-com url, correct?
thanks in advance,