Most of the photographers around the world started their job/hobby buying a camera and getting practice. It's normal. Is what everybody does. From the best professional photographers to beginners.
The second step is probably to share your photo in the community you like, to understand if people like your works.
The third step is usually to start exploring for other photographers. What they do, where, how. That's good. Studying and maybe copying other's techniques is a good step to improve. But then? Hardly your photos will stand out over others. Sad but true. Not because you are not good, but because there are so many photographers in the world. This is probably the job with most competitors in the world!
But is not the end
There is a path to follow to stand over. Make a pause with your camera and stop shooting everything you see. You need time to think about a project. A photo project. Your photos can be beautiful when you'll improve your technique, but they need also something different. They need to tell a story. Which one, is up to you. But the suggestion is to start thinking about it before switching on again your camera. A story is something you can expose, something that will let the viewers moving across all the portfolio. Something that will give you an audience.
Which will be your story?