Instagram Profile URL Finder

Find Instagram profile URLs based on full names and/or company names

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Find the names of anyone on Instagram with this automation.

How about finding your friends', colleagues', customers' or prospects' Instagram accounts?
How about following all your competitors' Instagram accounts or your inspirations'.

This automation will take a first name + last name as an input and find it's corresponding Instagram account.

Give it one or multiple thousands names to find. It will work in the background and do the hard work of transforming those names into Instagram accounts' URLs. Try growth-hacking like an expert now with our 14 days of trial then Free Forever plan.

Tutorial 🚀

1. Create your account.

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2. Add this Instagram automation to your account.

3. Click on Configure me!

You'll now see the 3 configuration dots blinking. Click on them.

4. Preparing the names' list you want to find Instagram accounts for.

Create a spreadsheet on Google Spreadsheet.

Fill it with first name + last name. Each couple in a single cell. One name per row, all in column A.

Make this spreadsheet public so Phantombuster can access it.

Paste the spreadsheet's URL to Phantombuster.

Start your automation!

You're all set. Just click "launch" to get your automation started!

Set this Instagram automation on repeat

Once your automation's configuration is ready, you can schedule repetitive launches. This will allow you to avoid rate limits, scrape more data and get your automated workflows to spread over days, weeks, even months.

To do so, go to your dashboard and look for your automation's “Settings” button.

Then, select a frequency:

And Save those new settings at the bottom of the page.


⚙️ Automation recommendations: This automation works super fine with rare names. In case you have a John Doe-type name, try adding an extra piece of information that's likely to be in his profile in the same cell. For instance: John Doe France. Countries or city names work pretty well.

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