Go here to turn RSS Feeds on and off in ebay: http://ebay.to/2aRs7AE
It's recommended to utilize RSS feeds on a regular basis, preferably on a Sunday evening before you go to bed turn it off(or deactivate) and hit apply, and then when you wake up Monday morning turn it back on(activate) and hit apply. eBay RSS Feed only refreshes your first one hundred listings. *** If you are following the training, you are putting up new listings daily; eBay considers your first one hundred listings to be those one hundred that are ending soonest.
You can also sign up to Bayfeeds for free for over the 100 listings
Now you can index all these links in the Google Indexing Tool as well once a week, you will be amazed how your traffic will increase which will turn into more sales.
It basically resets your listings to be fresh again. There is more after, but that can be later in time, I don’t want to get everyone off track of the blueprint.
What do we do with the Google Indexing Tool?
In Google indexing tool, you take your username URL and store URL (if have one) and copy the URL and paste where Google Indexing Tool says to, check you are not a robot and hit submit. Index your URLs 2 times a month. it actually will be your items URL which looks like http://www.ebay.com/sch/whateveryourusernameis/m.html? You need to be logged into your gmail account and then go to https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url?pli=1 *** You can use the Google Indexing Tool even if you don’t have a store, just use your “items URL”.
What about Bayfeeds?
When you log into Bayfeeds and connect your eBay, on the home page, scroll down where it says "Links" the first under that says A Link To Your eBay Listings Page.
This is a link to a page of all your listings on eBay. It is an easy way to send people to your listings page is what you will index