If one of your new features will only appeal to some of your users, try offering it as a paid add-on.
The only feature that ever significantly moved the needle for Josh Pigford of Baremetrics ($107,000/mo) was one that he made available as a paid add-on. He was frustrated that his new features never led to growth, but when he eventually launched one as an add-on, he saw a big increase in revenue. This tactic worked well with this specific feature because not everyone would have used it — if he had bundled it into the normal price, it may have gotten buried with the other features, and those who used it would have been undercharged.
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