Yes it's true. You are losing money by not using a Vendor Page For Shopify.
That's the bad news. The good news is I'm here to help make sure you don't make the same mistake other shopify shop owners are making right now.
This article will teach you how to make a custom shopify page using your admin panel and the Liquid programming language.
If you're lazy and just want the code. You can skip the step by steps and scroll down to get the entire source code to copy and paste.
For those of you who would prefer learning the step by step process. I won't bore you with the logic behind the coding since if you're like me, you just want enough information to point you in the right direction.
First things first, If you don't already have a Shopify account get one. Shopify is hands down the best eCommerce platform for startups and is highly recommended for many different reasons, but don't take my word for it, do your research first.
If you already are set up with an account. Congrats on being the one of the smart ones.
Assuming you're ready, lets dive in.
Once you are logged in to your Shopify admin account. Follow these steps.
Step 2: Click Online Store
Step 3: in the "Actions" Drop down choose edit code
Step 4: Create New Template
Step 5: Name it Brands, Vendors, etc. (page.Brands)
Step 6: Delete all the preset info and past the source code below into the page then click save.
Full Source Code Here
Notes* to change how many columns you want find this line and change the 4 to what ever looks best.
<div class="page-width" style="column-count:4;">
Step 7: Click Save
Step 8: Hop over to pages
Step 9: Add new page
Step 10: give the page a title.
Step 11: Select the brand.page template.
Step 12: Click save.
Step 13. View Page.
For live view go to https://unclebobsgiftshop.com/pages/brands
To add different content above the vendor list on the page.
Use the page editor to write your text, add images, etc.