Searching for a beautiful name for your Instagram may take a long time and not to end successfully, since the number of Instagram users has already passed the 1 billion mark, which means that more than 1 billion of names are already unavailable.
Every year, solving the question of how to come up with a good name on Instagram is becoming less and less easy. As an alternative, we suggest using .ART domains as a nice and catchy nickname that can be used as your account alias. In today’s tutorial, we’ll figure out how to use a redirect from a .ART domain to your Instagram account.
If you don’t have a .ART domain yet, you can come up with a short and memorable name and register the domain using the link https://get.art/en. We have over 4 million premium domains for all areas of creativity and more. Unlike other domain zones (for example, .com), we have many free names that have been adopted there since a long time.
So, what we need to do to make everything work:
Go to your account at get.art website (https://get.art/en?popup=login).
Go to your domain settings (click on the gear and select ‘Domain Forwarding’ highlighted in the screenshot)
Paste your Instagram account web address into the ‘Destination’ field and click ‘Save’. The easiest way to get the address is to copy it from the address bar of the browser. So you definitely won’t go wrong.
Save your changes and wait up to 48 hours for your domain redirect details to be saved.
If you have website builder enabled, then you need to deactivate it, otherwise the redirect will not work correctly.