You're going for that typical "over the top" dance kick I see.
Next, for the sound itself, you need something to get you started so try an electronic percussion VST (there are lots) and choose a drum kick that has the TONE you're looking for (not the impact, you can create that, but tone is more important at this stage). Once you have a sample you just have to mix it.
Well, sub woofers hit between 60 and 100 hz usually so boost around there for a start. Don't add reverb to kick drums EVER in this kind of music. Try using compression to make the kick ring out for longer but DO NOT kill the transients (make sure the compressor leaves at least 40-60ms attack for example).
The rest is experimentation.
I've never made this kind of sound myself since I don't need to, but the theory is all there.