I'm 100% guilty of setting up my Behance portfolio and then leaving it for dead. I've been good about updating my work on my personal website, but I have neglected my Behance site for some time and am looking forward to getting it caught upand maximizing the benefits of the platform.
I will also be more deliberate in terms of upkeep, and will aim to update with new work anytime I post a new project to my own site.
I've just set up my Adobe Portfolio site as well, which will sync with my Behance portfolio whenever I add new work. Between my website, Dribbble, Working Not Working and Behance, this will definitely be a bit easier than also updating the (late) ProSite!
Behance Portfolio: Before
Behance Portfolio: After
I added 4 of my most recent projects, updated all of my info and created illustrator templates to save out work for Behance covers and project photos when I upload to the other design sites.
Follow me at: https://www.behance.net/bildcreative :)