I'm Wildbow, I'm a fairly successful author who got his start here on WFG, and am enmeshed in the community enough that, in the 4 hours since you started this thread, I've seen two conversations referencing this discussion. TDE is getting attention by virtue of taking the top spot on TWF, and people have been talking about it in the background for the last week or so - so when you posted your thoughts about WFG/TWF, people were interested enough to discuss this very thread.
With that in mind, I would urge you to be very careful with what you're saying. People may be paying more attention than is immediately visible by way of stats, and when you belittle a community like ours and complain that 100-200 views is negligible when there are a number of authors here who would be thrilled to gain even half of that visibility, then people talk about it and word spreads.
I've got one chat channel atm, on an IRC channel where people discuss my work, and in the off-hours when people don't have a Twig chapter to read, one person has been reading your work and giving commentary, while twenty others pay varying degrees of attention. When you posted this thread, attitudes immediately soured. Some of that will be reader bitterness that Twig is no longer #1, but some of it is genuine affront at the attitude you're conveying. If your aim is to be an ambassador of the xianxia genre, then this would not be the optimal way to go about it. You're poisoning your own well.
My personal perspective is that one needs to keep as many doors open as possible. If the work and time it takes to make a post and point viewers over here isn't worth the 100 views, then stop. If you think those 100-200 views and the growth it might offer is worth it, then keep going. It's worth noting that the clickthroughs will decline as novelty wears off, but also that one new reader is potentially someone who recommends you to five or ten or a thousand others. I'm making a living off of my writing, and WFG was what gave me my start and got my foot in the door... keeping doors open got me this far. Only you can make the cost/benefit analysis for your particular situation, so I'll echo Billy in scratching my head and wondering why you're posting this.
Continuing to maintain a presence on TWF is, for me, more than just the views it gives me. When talking to people who could do something with my work, I can say that X work was #1 on TWF for Y straight months, and there's a value to that. I can also say that insofar as some readers might find their way to me by way of TWF, it's more important that they find their way to other stories. Why? Because this is a community and there is a baseline level of respect and interaction and support that happens here. It's up to you if you're game for that.