You write well, as you should, far better than I could ever hope to. However, just because something is well written, doesn't mean people search it out. What writers become famous? Not the best or most capable, but those who have something to day that captures our minds and make us want to read it.
You write what you love and love what you write, but it reminds me of a needlepoint hanging in a frame. No matter how good it is, if the needlepoint is of an uninteresting image, 1 out of 10,000 will gasp at the skill of the needlepoint artist, and 9,999 of the rest of us will glance at it and ignore the needlepoint that looks like a child's crayon drawing, never comprehending that the skill of the needlepoint artist was fantastic.
Thus it is with writers, if the topic they write about is not what the searchers are searching for, then the writer will never be known. Additionally, no matter how skilled you are as a writer, you must first attract the audience based on WHAT YOU WRITE about. You cannot rely solely upon intellectual curiosity driving people to peruse the finest written, just because it is the finest written.
This makes success as a writer far more elusive, as you must find the topics that passing potential readers will gravitate to, and then you must become a marketing wizard, to find a way to get your work in front of the eyeballs of the search engines and the people who do want to read what you write.
To summarize: First, you must find that which will hold the interest of a wide array of people. Second, you must find a way to make those who would be interested aware, and third, you must then "sell" those who would be interested, so that they will invest the time to do the clicks, find and then read.