How many people would have to read your work on the Internet for it to be "successful"?
I think a musical artist needs a couple hundred thousand fans to be considered successful. Looking at the bigger picture, that amount of people is a small percentage of the world. The Internet has a lot of people on it; potentially, it seems, something on the Internet could be viewed by hundreds of millions of people. Even a small percentage of Internet users viewing you page would seem significant.
How about using the standard of how many people keep reading your work? There are hard copies of books that I have read once and collect dust, while there are others a can read again and again. If someone can keep enjoying something I have written then it is successful. Personally, I think the amount of people who have read my stuff is not as important as the flow of people reading my work.
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