When you're trying to get your work out in the open it's really easy to get discouraged. Maybe you're not seeing as many unique daily visitors on your site as you'd like, or maybe you're getting poor engagement on Twitter. Whatever the case, getting discouraged is only going to keep you from doing your best work, which is definitely not going to help you.
It's dangerously easy to tell yourself "well, nobody is paying attention to what I'm doing because it's not very good". I know this because it's something I struggle with frequently. The problem with that line of thinking is that it keeps you from growing. You can't produce your best work and push yourself to do more when you're preoccupied with how terrible you think your work is simply because nobody is seeing it.
Putting yourself out there and gaining exposure is, in my pretty brief experience, the hardest thing about this business (or really any business). If there is one thing I've learned from the people who have "made it", it's that determination is the only way. Letting discouragement get the better of you opens up the possibility of accepting defeat.
I feel like in order to combat discouragement you need to really look at your audience as more than page views. Every person who visits your website, especially if they've found you through something like Twitter or Dribbble, should be celebrated. Each one of those people, even if there are only a handful, found enough value in what you're doing to click on a link to see more. That, to me, is an enormous compliment.
If people are showing an interest in your work then you're doing something right. Even the most well-known designers in the world didn't get their audiences overnight. They too started at 0, and slowly worked their way up. It wasn't skill alone that got them there, it was patience and determination while constantly putting themselves out into the world.