My takeaway from all this is that webtoon creation is about features. Work for features. Don't expect anything to just organically (people come to website, somehow find your comic, subscribe) happen, especially soon.
I've been doing this for two years. With this LWT "boost", I got up to 6K subscriptions in about two weeks. The latest page I dropped, which is my best yet, received over 50 comments and 200 'likes' in the first 24 hours. The subscriptions, which were going up by 1000 per day, lost 20. Literally went backward.
So you're telling me that 6000 people like my product, and literally 0 of them told one other person about it? There is absolute 0 organic growth (word of mouth)?
Based on the growth I had before it utterly stopped, I also received an interview and an ad feature from a popular webcomics website. That also had literally 0 impact.
My best advice is minimize costs (like I didn't - each one of my pages costs around $150-200 in time and money) keep the quality high, and wait for a feature that probably won't come.