I mean, I think the best answer is going to be what you’re most comfortable with. If there is one answer (sharing or not sharing) that makes you feel more comfortable with and excited about your page, then that’s probably the way you want to go - whatever is going to put you in the mindset to do your best work and promote your page the most enthusiastically.
That being said, I choose to share my creator numbers and hide my income - I prefer to focus on the “community building” aspect of my page and prefer to keep financial information private.
Like many people, I worry that folks will see my supporter number and use it to determine that I’ve already got “enough” or maybe even “too much” support. I’ve come to think of that as a form of imposter syndrome - sort of like I’m re-framing my own insecurities about what I deserve using fictional judgmental fans as avatars. I’m not saying you’re doing that, just saying it’s something I’ve observed in myself.
In reality, I’ve found that people have been really excited for me when my numbers have increased and that they like to be a part of something that’s growing. I also believe in the concept of social proof, and I think that displaying membership numbers definitely feeds that. It also helps to be able to promote milestones.
I recently made a big (for me) jump in membership during a special offer campaign, went from about 275 patrons to 350-ish. I’ve received several emails from long-time supporters saying that they’re thrilled to see the jump and have been hoping that my page would grow.
I don’t know if any of that’s helpful! Wishing you a lot of success and hope you figure out what feels right to you.