Actually, its kind of a blessing and a curse to be able to get feedback.
On a positive side, the feedback can help you improve.
But on the flip side, the feedback can seem overwhelming and give you unnecessary pressure.
So its more of a balance between "I want to do only my thing the way I want to" and "I want to see if everyone likes my thing." Its a daily struggle, like my latest episode where I left the last frame uncoloured to show its an "omake" part of the comic. Boy did I wrestle with to colour or not to colour. In the end I just packed its bags and kicked it out of the door just to see what happens.
Most importantly, as a creator, you really need the grit to keep going. Just reach 100 strips. If you see most of the successful webcomics, they always hit their "breakthrough" point at around 100 comics. I would encourage you to do the same. Just get to 100 first before deciding anything.