Zivush - 4:27 am on Sep 7, 2012 (gmt 0)
Yes - some variation between the title and H1 is common and not a problem.
I forgot to mention it.
Actually, I am a frequent user of the Wordpress plugin called SEO title tag.
This plugin makes it easy to edit the title tags and the h1 headers for each page across a the all site.
However, hold on, I rarely change the target keyword on the title tag and h1 (I don't want to confuse Google :-) rather use these two valuables tactfully and not always.
The most common use is: Making an attractive sentence in the 'title tag' to get the page noticed by searchers, while making the h1 a short version of that sentence.
Am example -
Title tag: Sure-fire [[kw] for A B C] you wouldn't want to miss.
H1: [[kw] for A B C]
or when you build series of pages:
Title tag: [[kw] for A B C]
H1: PART 1:- [[kw] for A B C]
When a reader lands on a page, he knows to navigate back and forth.