Updating social media one place
So, whether you’re using the platforms to build a professional online presence or just connecting with friends, it’s time to take down those frat party photos if you’re not private.This is a platform that needs the least hand-holding as long as you’ve got a credible foundation in place.
Once a week is a good rule of thumb, but again, as long as you have a descriptive bio, history of employment, and profile picture, you don't technically need to do anything else to feel comfortable staying on Linked In.
When I work with my clients on creating their Pinterest presence, for example, we always go in and create six to eight initial boards.
Then, we add content to those boards as we come across them, whether that’s once a week or once every two weeks.
It’s one of the first places recruiters, industry leaders, speaker organizers, and journalists look to learn more about your experience and expertise, and as far as social media sites go, it’s an extremely low-maintenance platform; all you really need to do is keep your profile updated and current.
Of course, depending on where you are in your career or if you're in the middle of a job search, you might wish to engage beyond showcasing your awesome profile.