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If you’ve amassed a large, diverse social media collection, it’s safe to say you’re probably having a hard time keeping up with them all.

Facebook you can do. Facebook and LinkedIn? Easy. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter? Making it work.

But FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestInstagram and Snapchat? You can barely remember all the passwords, let alone what and when you should be posting.

Whether you’ve signed up for each one as a way to grow your personal brand, keep in touch with contacts or build an online portfolio of your work for recruiters to find, here’s the deal: If you want those tools to do any of those things, you can’t let them sit there, unattended and neglected.

That said, not every single one needs the same amount of attention.

So which ones should you be comfortable putting the brakes on, and which ones should you be ramping up for them to be useful? Here are posting parameters for your most beloved (and loathed) platforms:

Full article available via Mashable via http://mashable.com/2016/04/19/spring-clean-your-social-media-platforms/#yUQZCvoIukqW