Exporting your listings to search engines
As an eBay seller, you can establish partnerships with other companies, such as product search engines, to help drive traffic to your listings. If you're a seller and you need a way to provide your partners with current information on your listings and web addresses, you can request a downloadable file with information about your listings.
What's in the file
The file contains the following information about each listing, in this order:
The web address of the listing
Whether the item can be ordered
Creating the file
To create a file of your listings:
Go to My eBay > Account > Marketing Tools.
In the Store Marketing section, click RSS Feeds.
In the RSS Feeds for eBay buyers section, select the Activate your fixed price listings via RSS option.
Within 12 hours, we'll create the file and post it to a web address based on your Store's URL. For example, if your Store's name is "Fine Jewelry," the file is posted to: http://esssl.ebay.com/GetListings/finejewelry
Once your file has posted, let your partners know they can download the file. (Anyone can download your file from the URL, up to a maximum of 50 downloads per day.)
We keep the file up-to-date, but we aren't responsible for coordinating how the file will be used by a third party.
After you request the file, it may take up to 12 hours for it to become available for download.
Repeated attempts to download the file beyond the 50-download per day maximum may disqualify you from using this feature.
Listings in the Adult Only category won't be included in the file.
When you allow eBay to provide information to a third party, it's used in accordance with the third party's terms and conditions. eBay isn't responsible for how the information in your file is used by the third party. Some partners may charge fees to promote your listings.
If your listings don't appear on eBay or on a third-party website when using this feature, eBay will only credit eBay fees as outlined in the eBay Outage Policy. eBay can't reimburse any fees that you may owe to third parties.