In my experience, every limiter is different and will react differently to different tracks. It is worth learning the strengths of each one you have access to so that you can make make an informed decision in which one to use for what you are trying to achieve.
With that said, I usually shoot out two or three limiters on the first track when starting to master an album and then then tweak it to taste for each track. If the mixes are really inconsistent then I may change the limiter on different tracks, but more often than not it will be the same one for the whole project just with some tweaks on a track by track basis.
At the end of the day, just use what sound best to you.
I hope that helps.