Now they present a new problem.
As always, I also publicize my article in DeHaan Services, although "Beware of Lionfish Flesh as well as its Sting" does not add much to this discussion.
Writing Tip for SEO
For example, I would have preferred "...Danger is Eating Lionfish" in the article's title. However, the keyword "eat lionfish" greatly outperformed "eating lionfish".
There's no point writing a superior title or sentence if no-one is looking for it.
By the way, that assumes you hope to have people find your article by way of searches. SEO, or "Search Engine Optimization", is a set of techniques to help your article beat out others when someone searches online for a keyword. Using a popular keyword means that more people may try to find your article.
Conversely, if you pick an unpopular keyword that no-one else writes about, you might get even more readers than if you compete in an overcrowded niche.