The most obvious are the new product launch. If you know your niche well, chances are you should have a pretty good idea of what they need and how much they are willing to pay for it. In other words, you will only create products that you are confident will sell.
If you are not sure, take the time to survey the people on your email list/s or poll them on Facebook to ask which options they would find most useful. Let them pick from a range of choices. The answers may surprise you. They will sure stop you from wasting a lot of time and effort and perhaps money creating product A when they are keen to get their hands on product E.
Concerning launching the product, have a soft launch and a hard launch. The soft launch should be to those in your inner circle. People can get a first look at it for a substantial discount. Ask upfront for testimonials and give them an easy way to contact you to deliver them, send in reviews, and ask questions.
Let your Joint Venture partners know that the new product has arrived and let them have first looked as well. Ask them for feedback so your product will be attractive to their audience as well.
Once you are sure your product is as good as it can be at the correct price point for your niche audience, then you can widen your audience through your hard launch. Offer a free webinar, guest blog, have your JV partners interview you and promote the product, and more.
Webinars can prove very useful for product creation. Record each session and offer it as paid product or promotional item. Have a transcript made to sell as is? Turn it into a free course, special report, or an e-book of insider secrets. If you interact with the audience by allowing them to ask questions, take note of their queries and see if any of them are worth creating a product.
If you have a lot of content on your site or blog, consider putting e-books together by topics. How to titles are extremely attractive to most audiences. Consider different levels of learners in your niches, such as beginners, intermediates, and advanced students. You can present information in a sequential way, or go into more depth for those beyond beginner level.
Look at what your competitors are selling, and at what price points. In this case, you have two choices. Charge less and give the same type of information, or charge more due to your expertise and the great bundle you will be offering.
Bundling works for all paid products. Again, you have two choices. You can sell one primary product and group a range of very attractive bonuses together, such as worksheets, handouts, templates, infographics and more. Or you can group 2 of your most favorite products and services together to create an all new offer that your niche market will be eager to buy. Add some fabulous bonuses on top of that and see how much profit you can make from your niche-related products and services.