The best times to post on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest
Once a week. Keep up to date with the latest in your work place, your industries of interest and others have posted. Functionally, LinkedIn has similar elements to both Twitter and Facebook, which gives you the flexibility to tailor messages for specific audiences, share status updates, and message people directly. See below for the best times to post on LinkedIn.
Once a week. Show your social life, work, travels and hobbies. Did you attend a conference related to your industry? Snap a pic, tag the conference, and write a professional caption. Did you design a website for a freelance project? Screenshot and share.
2/3 times a week or once a day. Share relevant businesses, voluntary work and posts that relate to you. Share important events that have happened in your life. Hubspot found that pages under 10,000 fans experienced a 50% drop in engagement per post if they posted more than once per day.
Daily a few tweets. Your own thoughts, opinions, social life, retweets of post that interest and relate to you, following accounts and liking posts in the industry and job search of your interest, to show you’re still active.
While there are some basic minimum and maximum ranges for daily pinning, the frequency you implement is completely unique to your brand and dependent on your content and assets.