I'd say give it more time. For starters, you posted your first page on January 20th which was just a couple months ago, and in addition to that, the bulk of your pages were posted on the same day, February 20th. So advice for next time, span out your updates a bit more. Update once or twice a week (even if you have a large amount of pages to upload, it's called having a buffer!) instead of posting a bunch of updates the same day. People tend to prefer consistent updates on the same days each week vs. a bunch of updates at once and then nothing afterwards (and it'll get you in the Recently Updated section more regularly vs. maybe 20 minutes longer, the latter of which will equal more exposure, technically speaking). Many comic artists have a few updates at the ready but still stick to their schedule so that they can have time to draw the next set of pages before the updating ones run out (I know this isn't as helpful on Webtoons seeing as how it's p much the only webcomic platform out there that doesn't have a scheduling feature, but you can still internally stick to Wednesdays only at 6 PM or something like that, whatever works for your schedule).
Artistically speaking (and this is more advice for the comic you're currently working on if you're submitting to a contest as the pages I've looked at from your current comic are already drawn and you can't let yourself get stuck on them, trust me) you do need to work on your anatomy a bit. Particularly with the faces. Personally I love the ambition and size of the cover page, the way it acts like a vertical banner with a showcase of all the characters in the story, but I was really, really off-put by the fact that every single character basically looked like the same old dude. Even the female characters (who I'm assuming are females at least idk what your intentions are with your characters, what they identify as, etc.) just looked like old dudes with the same rigid, vertical jawlines and thin eyes.
So all the characters looking like old men as well as Same Face Syndrome (which is a concept in visual storytelling in which every character in a story has the same face and the only thing that changes is their hair and gender representation and eye color. Fairly OddParents is a good mainstream example of that) are both habits you should work on breaking in the future. I'd personally suggest taking some life drawing classes or even just drawing from real life references so you can internalize some new techniques and references that don't all look the same.
Just remember that it's not that you're not good enough. You're just not where you want to be right now. And that's okay, because you'll be feeling that no matter which stage you're at as an artist - there are people who are better than you at drawing, and there also people who are behind you, and both of those things are okay because we all progress at our own pace. Don't let it discourage you.
Remember as well that webcomics aren't a "get famous quick" industry. You've been updating for two months. Some of us have been at this for years and still trying to get to where we are (and getting to where you want to be isn't a set path - you're going to keep raising that bar as you achieve milestones, we all do). Do it because you enjoy it first and foremost, worry about the numbers later. If you ask yourself, from the deepest depths of your heart, if you truly enjoy it and the answer is 'No', that's okay. But don't let it be some imaginary internet numbers or statistics that are often manipulated by luck decide it for you.