One Family-Friendly Writing Tip
Today I re-used two images for my DeHaan Services article. The map is one that I'd created for a previous article about an event at Todmorden Mills. (It's hard to describe the location with mere words).
The other image in that article is a great photograph taken at Fort York in Toronto.
The map is just plain useful for my readers; and the photograph has great aesthetic value. Besides, the Todmorden Mills section of the article is nearly at the end. By then, readers will have despaired of seeing any illustrations whatsoever.
Don't re-use images so often that your readers think they've read the article already. That's especially important if you cover the same topic with a new slant. But if you haven't used the image in a year or so, it's safe to re-use that picture.
Thanks for reading my article about celebrating 2014 Family Day.