SEO-optimized texts are essential if you want customers to find their way to your website, and doubly so if you’re trying to capture a new market. If your keywords are already working well in one language, you might be tempted to just translate them along with the rest of your site. We explain why that’s not a good idea – and what to do instead.




World Vision

Corporate storytelling is everywhere these days – including in annual reports. The facts and figures may be important, but so is the story that surrounds them. That’s why forward-thinking organizations like World Vision are now looking beyond the numbers and focusing on creative texts and translations that turn readers into fans.






From singular “they” to the title “Mx”, gender neutrality is slowly becoming standard for English speakers. But we’re translators, so we wanted to know how other languages tackle the gender conundrum. Read on to discover what “x”s, “@”s and “*”s have to do with gender – and how Obama sidesteps the question entirely.


Real estate companies around the world have turned the coronavirus crisis into an opportunity to make the jump to digital solutions. And one of the quickest off the mark was Homegate, the largest real estate marketplace in Switzerland. Its new feature for live online property viewings was implemented in record time – and Supertext was on hand to ensure multilingual communication.


Which companies communicate most effectively with their shareholders? This question has gained a new dimension in 2020. For the first time, the Swiss Annual Report Rating is including “text quality” as a criterion in its rankings. But what exactly makes for a well-written report?






EA Music

Electronic Arts, one of the largest gaming companies in the world, naturally has players across the globe. But the reach of games such as FIFA, Madden NFL, Star Wars and The Sims go far beyond the player base – the soundtracks for these games launch careers of artists from all geographical regions and musical genres. For its upcoming titles, EA looked to Supertext for pitch perfect translations.