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Redirecting your SoundCloud RSS feed to another host

We know how important it is to maintain control of your RSS feed and your subscribers. We also know sometimes things don’t work out and you might decide you need to change hosting providers. SoundCloud has made it easy to redirect your RSS feed URL to a new location, should you ever decide to leave.

If you no longer want to use SoundCloud to host your RSS feed, you can add a 301 redirect to your SoundCloud RSS feed so it points to another location. Just go to your Content Settings page and enter the URL for your new RSS feed in the “Subscriber redirect” field. Since you can hold on to your free SoundCloud account forever, we’ll keep that 301 redirect in place indefinitely for zero cost. 



Adding a URL here will only redirect your SoundCloud RSS feed to a new location, it will not transfer your content to another host.

Please note: If you want to continue to use your SoundCloud RSS feed, do not put anything into this field. By adding a URL or text in this box, you will break your RSS feed. 

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