Account Manager vacancy (part-time)

We have an opening for an experienced part-time, freelance account manager type role. The role is fully remote and will best suit someone best in the UK time zone. You will help us run and organise […] Read more

GoDaddy security incident – lessons to learn

The recent incident with GoDaddy should give businesses extra pause for thought when considering who they choose to look after their online assets. Please note: I’m not revelling in the issues GoDaddy faced here, and I […] Read more

Permanent WordPress Developer Role(s)

We are on the lookout for one or more WordPress developers to join the Glass Mountains team. Est in 2001, we have a core flexible team of 6 servicing WordPress clients in the UK and the […] Read more

Student Vacancy

If you are a student (18+), then you may be interested in working with us on a part-time basis. The role will be a few hours a week only and we’ll be able to be flexible […] Read more

Required: Freelance WordPress designer

We are on the lookout for a remote*, highly experienced, freelance designer with specific expertise in WordPress. (*though if you’re local to Newport, South Wales, great! However, you will probably be based anywhere in the UK, […] Read more

Admin position

We are on the look out for a freelance admin person for ad hoc remote work. The role will initially require 5-10 hours a week. We have a remote developement team and many of clients are […] Read more

Freelance WordPress developer talent required

Updated: 9th October 2021 We are always on the look out for a specific breed of freelance talent who can help us with our ongoing projects & commitments. But before you think “hey, I”m a freelancer and […] Read more

Don’t let me down (on Twitter)

Social media is a cracking opportunity for businesses (especially the little guys) but many times folks are completely stumped as to the first steps to take. A common cry is “what would I say?! Why would […] Read more

Twitter Image Preview Help Guide

Recently Twitter ‘upgraded’ the experience so that images are automatically previewed in the timeline. This means that, when you are viewing your tweets via the Twitter website or via the official apps; pictures are not just […] Read more

WordPress.com & nice call to action buttons

During the restructure of my business I’ve been using this blog as my main website (more details on the reasoning behind that here). I do like using WordPress.com (as opposed to self-hosting) as, on this occasion, […] Read more