NomenClay

NomenClay.com

5102 Durham/Chapel Hill Blvd., Suite 207
Durham, North Carolina  27707-3394
Principals

Susan D. Griffith, Ph.D.
SusanGriffith@NomenClay.com

Emily Cooper, B.A.
EmilyCooper@NomenClay.com

Austen Herron, B.A.
AustenHerron@NomenClay.com
NomenClay is a professional naming company
with a specialization in names for the Internet -
what we call domain names.

Dr Susan Griffith began designing domain names in 2000, first through her GrowPuppy.com web name design and resale website. Dr. Griffith's OneBigRoach.com with some of her periodic writings about the art and science of domain names can be viewed through the OneBigRoach link of the left.

Energetic and creative interaction with younger staff researchers and consultants keeps us wonderful today.
NomenClay? ((nōmənˌklā)

Think ‘clay’, as in modeling clay, that is used to compose art forms.

Think '‘nomenclature',
the devising or choosing of names for things,
especially in a science or other discipline.

We at NomenClay devise and choose names.
We devise and choose letter combinations that make
THE right name for what you do and care about.
We encourage domain names that are memorable and
refer in some special way to the purpose or feel of your business.
We are professional.
We also like funny stuff.

See this cartoon by John Kovalic
(reprinted with his permission)
about the scarcity of good domain
names - as relevant now
as it was when in 2001.

And check out this
print advertisement for our company.
OneBigRoach.com
This website still lives, ten years later, as does Dr. Griffith LOL. And we find the purpose of her work then to be consistent with her work today. Check out her papers with recommendations about domain name usage. Find links to them in the boxes to the upper right on the second page of the One Big Roach website.

Before One Big Roach there was Grow Puppy. There is a lot for all domain name holders to see there.

Dr. Griffith's
Reasons to Have a Domain Name
from the later website is as important to read today as it was when written.

Google makes domain names unimportant? NO!
Read this. Then use your "back" button  to return to here.
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