It's like I told someone else a while back, you do not want to make the mistake of judging yourself by the fickle 'free market.' The 'marketplace' (here, in the form of hub traffic) is transitory, ephemeral, and relatively fleeting. Who YOU are is not. Why not take the opportunity to use this medium to write for the long-term?
Why do we know of Plato, for example. Through archeology. Bits and pieces of his writings have been found through archeological excavation. The quality of his words are such that we have generally decided that he was one of the greatest thinkers of his age, whose wisdom has held up well against the output of the rest of history's great thinkers.
Imagine this, sofs. Its fifty thousand years from now, and our descendants are spread out far and wide throughout the galaxy. Some return to this world on an archeological expedition. They go to a Starbucks and find an ancient laptop. Hold on to your hat, that laptop is yours, sofs. Its your laptop they find.
Of course they will have the means of reviving it and extracting its contents. Think of it, sofs! Your words inspiring and uplifting people who are tens of thousands of years from now. Write like the Plato of the future, sofs.