Supertext makes headlines.
In more than 100 languages.
With texts and translations for media professionals
We’ll put in a good word for you. On paper, on screen and right on time.
We offer concept creation, copywriting and translation services in more than 100 languages. For journalists, publishers and their marketing departments.
Storytelling, communications and PR
Marketing blogs and content
Professional social media content
High-quality email and newsletter texts
International search engine optimization (SEO)
Proofreading, revision and editing – express, if needed
Ready to print in every file type under the sun
Deadline stress? We’ll take the pressure off.
We’ve got your back, even during rapid news cycles. With multilingual texts that get attention. From readers. And from search engines.
Your articles should inform people. Capture your readers’ attention. Or blow their minds. Ideally, they should do all three at once. This requires detailed research, top language experts and talented storytellers – and that’s exactly what our high-quality network of selected copywriters, translators, authors and editors provides. In more than 100 languages.
No fake news. Since 2005.
Over the years, Supertext has handled more than 4,000 orders from journalists, reporters, editors and publishers. From transcreations to express proofreading jobs, and from blogposts to glossy magazines.
More than 4,000 companies use our language services. Our web portal makes it easy for them to submit and keep track of their orders, and they also benefit from cutting-edge language technology with integration into numerous CMS and publishing software systems.
The genuine article: from news tickers to long-term reporting.
Supertext has supported numerous media companies in the creation of first-class texts. Which have you read?
A single, central platform for your copywriting and translation orders.
Booking our services is as straightforward as booking a flight. Perfect for busy editors.
Trusted sources: what our clients say about us.
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