Cool Things Newspapers Are Doing on Facebook
It also asks users to invite their friends.
Regular and Engaging Content on the Wall
I love the Denver Post's Wall, with its combination of news, commentary and questions.
USA Today's is good too, and each post gets dozens (and sometimes, hundreds) of comments.
I like the tone of the LA Times' wall posts: the pithy comments work well for the medium.
Cleveland could take a clue from them and include a line of commentary on the news items they post.
Other Social Media Profiles and Pages
The Chicago Tribune takes it further than AZCentral by having a separate "More Pages" tab where users can view and like other related pages.
However, AZCentral also has a page that showcases its Twitter feed.
Tie In With Core Business
What else can you do that is relevant to your business and keeps your fans informed and connected?
AZ Central has an "odd news of the day" and a "fact check" page. They also have a tab where you can fill in a form to give them a news tip. Way to harness the power of the community, AZ Central!
The New York Daily News embeds live chat into its page.
The Mercury News and a few others have a Daily Deals tab.
USA Today asks you to subscribe . . .
And also puts up job openings.
Now I'm gonna go see which of these we can implement on our Facebook page. What about you?