Find something you like making and stick with it. Don't try to variate too much from that niche.
This is how you gain a loyal fanbase. It may be cool that you can produce 45 different styles, but just take a look at every time a big name artist tries a different genre (IE anytime Skrillex does anything but "OH MY GOD WHWABWBWBAWABWAWBAB") their fanbase gets upset and says they like their "older" style better. One of the few people who have successfully been able to do it is Tiesto, but that's because he's about 90 years old.
I'm not saying don't experiment, just recognize that people will start to listen to your for your sound.
Finally, as cliche as it sounds, don't listen to haters. Take criticism with a grain of salt as you're making the music you like to make , but you still have to realize that you want others to enjoy it as well.
As a side note, don't be afraid to be assertive. Get your stuff out there, and don't let it sit stagnant on NG alone.