Diktionary.com is a free bio link tool that offers everyone a new and fun way to connect with others – just choose a word (or make one up) that’s totally ‘you’ and link all the contact and social media profiles you want to share with others, to that word. Now, all you need to say to a new friend, old friend or someone you wish to be more than friends with is, “Look me up in the Diktionary, I’m [insert your word here]”. Then, all that person has to do is go to Diktionary.com, search for your word and..BAM..you're connected!

No more..'Are you on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Pinterest, WeChat, TikTok, QQ, Reddit..etc?' No more searching for free Instagram link tools or Linktree alternatives.


'Just look me up in the Diktionary. I'm Football.' (Hint:Click)

Mind. Blown. With Diktionary.com your TOTAL online presence is reduced to a SINGLE memorable word! 

You can be any word you want. But only if you register it first! Don't lose the word you want. Register it now!

We're a 100% self-funded start-up. We have BIG plans, and we would love for you to be right there with us from the get-go. 

So. What's YOUR word?

Diktionary.com is for anyone who loves to connect with new people, but can never remember all their numbers and usernames/social handles. They all too quickly forget those of others they meet and miss out on a lifetime of possibilities their connection could’ve created.

It’s for those who are looking for an easier way to share their Insta images, their YouTube creations and Twitter rants. It’s for everyone who’d just love to say to people, “Want to know more about me? Just look me up in the Diktionary...I’m Catlady”. 

It’s the fastest, funnest (we know), way to share and make connections, old and new. 

Whatever links you want, in line with our Ts & Cs. You decide which social media and contact details to add to Diktionary.com, and you decide which can be seen by simply toggling the visibility option of your link to On or Off. 

You can share as much or as little as you like. You’re in control.

It couldn’t be easier:

1. Just pop to our Home page and search for your chosen word; real or made-up. 
2. If it’s available, simply register a free Diktionary.com account and claim your word, so nobody else can use it…ever. 
3. If it’s not available, find a new word you like and register that word before someone else grabs it.
4. Then, just sign into your new account and upload your profile image, name and social media links asap.

Remember to check your junk/spam folder if you don’t receive your activation email to your inbox.

Nope. Never. 

There are approximately 170,000 words in the English language, but who says you have to use English? Your word can be in French, German, Klingon or any other ‘made-up’ language. You can even combine words and numbers into a single word like ‘Supercool’ or ‘Fairyblue22’.

With Diktionary.com you have an infinite number of variations to choose from.

Any word at all, from any language, real or made-up, or any combination of words (and numbers), so long as it has not already been registered. Because once it’s gone, it’s gone. Early members can choose the obvious ones, the cool ones, the really offensive (within the Ts & Cs of course) ones, but with limitless possibilities there will always be a word that defines you waiting to be chosen at Diktionary.com.

Tip 1: Think of it like registering a domain name. However, if you register a trademarked name or image such as e.g. Microsoft, Madonna etc then we will probably get a take-down notice and we will have to remove it. Unless of course you actually are Bill Gates or Madonna.

Please ensure you use your real name and your own image on sign up so that you/we don't run into any copyright issues, and also because well..that's the point of the site. It'd be a bit rubbish if someone searches for your word and they find the wrong name alongside an image that looks nothing like you :( 

Remember, only your first name will show up when someone searches for your word along with your image. You decide what links/information people can see when you add them. You're in control. 

So, what are you waiting for? Find that perfect word / perfect pic and join Diktionary.com now.

No. We’re sorry. We love your enthusiasm, but each user can only register a single word. 

One word. One person. One Diktionary.com.

Yes. You’re in charge, but remember two very important things:

1. You’ll need to let everyone you’ve already given your old word to know you've changed it, because right now we do not have a ‘redirect’ function, so choose your word carefully.

2. If you do decide to change your word, your old one becomes available for others to register.

Again, it’s much better if you choose your word and stick to it. 

It's super-important to add your profile picture, at least one link and your name on sign-up. Why? A user searching for your word won't be too impressed if they visit your page and see well...not a lot. Then, they'll think our site is rubbish and depart...never to be seen again. Our system detects if you haven't completed your profile info and, if you still haven't done so within 24hrs, you'll lose your word and your account will be deleted. There shall be no mercy..

..after we've sent you a gentle email reminder.

Generally, the way to get your profile URL is similar across most social platforms, always starting off with opening the app and tapping on your Profile pic. Alternatively some apps have your profile URL in the address bar when you are signed in. You can then simply copy and paste. 

Tip: if you encounter any problems when checking if your link works, it’s because you might not have your account set to Public. Also, when you’ve added your links it’s extremely important to check that they work. Just click them after you’ve pasted them in.

For your convenience, here are some more detailed instructions for the most common apps. For all the rest, time to get stuck in on your favourite search provider for the instructions as we can't list 'em all :)


1. Launch the Facebook mobile app.
2.Tap on your profile pic and then tap the three dots.
3.At bottom of page you’ll see your profile link.  




1. Go to your Facebook page.
2. Click on your profile pic on top right.
3. Click on your profile pic that appears underneath pic, next to your name.
4. Your profile link will now be in the address bar.
5. Copy and paste.


1.  Open the Instagram app on your mobile device.
2. Click on your profile icon at the bottom right corner of the screen.
3. At the top left corner of the new screen, you’ll see your Instagram username. 



1. Tap your profile picture.
2. Choose the profile picture again.
3. Tap the three dots.
4. Select Share and then Copy Link.


1.Tap on your profile photo.
2.Select Profile.
3.Tap on the share icon under your Tweet.
4.Select Copy Link. 


Make sure your LinkedIn profile is set to public. It’ll have a link (URL) you can use to share your profile with others. 
1. Tap your profile photo > View Profile.
2. Scroll down to the Contact section.
3. Under the Your Profile section, locate your public profile URL.
4. It’ll be an address that starts with www.linkedin.com/in.
5. Copy and paste. 

Remember : This URL won't appear if you don't have a public profile.

Members who live in certain countries have a public profile URL that begins with a 2-letter code based on the country listed on their profile. For example, if you live in Canada, your public profile URL could be http://ca.linkedin.com/in/linkedinyourname.

If you change the country listed on your profile, your public profile URL automatically changes. The old URLs will still work. 


Your link is tiktok.com/@username, with @username being your TikTok username. 

Or you can : 

1. Tap Profile in the bottom right.
2. Tap the 3-line icon in the top right.
3. Tap Settings and Privacy.
4.Tap Share profile. 


1. Open app.
2. Tap on upper left icon.
3. Tap on Profile pic.
4. Tap ‘ Share my profile link’
5. Copy link.




1. Sign in to Youtube Studio.
2. From the left menu, select Customisation  > Basic info.
3. Under Channel URL, you can view and copy your Channel URL. 


Depending on when your channel was created, it may have a username. Usernames are no longer required for channels today, but you can still use this URL to direct to your channel – even if your channel name has changed since you chose your username. Existing usernames can't be changed.You can share a shorter version of your legacy username URL by removing '/user', such as youtube.com/YouTube. This is not possible if another channel has claimed a custom URL with the same name.

Easy-peasy. Once you've pasted that particular Social's link just give it a tap to check.

If it doesn't work it may be that you haven't set that social account to Public. Log back into that social and set to Public and test again. Also remember, if you're not logged in or have that particular social app on your device you may only see a Login page. That's ok. Others who have the app or are logged in will go direct to your profile page.


In return for paying, well, zilch, we’d really appreciate it if you helped to spread the word about Diktionary.com by telling everyone about us. 

Search for words that you think might suit friends and family, and use our share buttons to let them know that word is available!

We have a link on our members' word page which you can click. Just fill out the form and we'll take care of the rest. If you notice any other issues or need our help with something Diktionary.com related, just email us at: support@diktionary.com . We're a teeny tiny start-up so it may take a wee while to get back to you but we'll do so asap!

In a word. Nope.

You'll remember when someone tells you their Diktionary word. 

'Hey, great talking to you. Are you in the Diktionary?'

'Yes, I'm Topdog'

'Topdog? Great word, I won't forget that in a hurry. I'll be in touch'. 

BAM! Connected!

Ok, so you're reading this. Down the rabbit-hole we go..

So, just imagine, Diktionary.com is used worldwide. Everyone uses and everyone knows about the Diktionary. They've become accustomed to sharing their socials and connecting just by saying a single memorable word. What's going to happen?

'I wonder who that word is?'.

They then search for your word in the Diktionary.

Every day, thousands of people seeing your face and your socials. Your followers would skyrocket and, dare we say it, your face would be one of the most recognizable on the planet!

Possible? Absolutely! Likely? We think so!

And so Diktionary grows and grows.

And we haven't even mentioned being able to translate any book into just faces...and still being able to read it!

We also plan a lot more functionality to the site. At the moment it's what's called a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). Kind of what it says on the tin; it's got the basics to test whether people will use it. That's where you come in...you awesome early adopters you!

Register, share and USE your word at every opportunity. Ask people, 'Are you in the Diktionary?'. The more the word (ahem) gets out the more likely Diktionary.com takes off, and your word becomes more valuable, because you were smart enough to snaffle a great word early on :)

Again, think of it akin to the early days of registering domain names.


Blimey, this is all very exciting! We'll leave it there for now :) 

Absolutely. Click here to view our Privacy / GDPR policy. We hold minimal data as our site mainly links to external sites. However, if you want all your data removed completely just email us at admin@diktionary.com with your Diktionary word and we'll get that sorted for you. Our address is 5, Port Arthur, Scalloway, Shetland, ZE10UW for snail mail.

We are always happy to discuss the awesome potential in Diktionary.com. Just email adrian@diktionary.com to start the conversation.

Yes, of course. We don't want you to, but you're in control. You can do it from your Login member's area. If you're having second thoughts or just want to chat about an issue then email us at support@diktionary.com.