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I think everybody's heard of Feedburner. It is website which allows you to publish your RSS feeds and make them readable for users (XML converted to HTML). So my question is, when I add, say: sampleblog.com/rss.xml to feedburner and then it becomes readable, the content on the page is exactly the same as on sampleblog.com ... will this be considered as dup. content penalty, as those 2 pages (the original one, from blog...and the other feedburner generated one) are similar. The feedburner one only has one more thing on it and that's it Subscribing option for people who want to subscribe to RSS feed.
Will such a behaviour be threated as content duplication? (another thing is that sampleblog.com links to feedburner generated feed).
I only publish 5 posts on the front page of my blogs, and these five appear in my feeds. Since the front pages are constantly updated, the feeds never keep up, and Google never finds exactly the same content in both places.
Whether Google could penalize you for having duplicate content: I suppose it's possible. I've never heard of anyone's blog going Supplemental because of this.