Robert_Charlton - 6:17 am on Oct 29, 2012 (gmt 0)
I wrote 14 kw invented. Zero results in the serps for each word.
The title has 170 characters, in 14 keywords.
When I search for the first keyword Google shows me my title tag in serps , however If I search the last keyword (from the 6th kw), Google shows me a different title, In this case the H1 that does not match with the title tag.
Errioxa - Thanks for the summary of your results. It would make sense on a long title that Google would attempt to return a version where the keyword in the query is displayed. 170 characters almost three times the normal c64-character length that Google displays. Display length determined by various factors, including width of characters in the title. Long titles are very likely to be edited.
The idea of using invented words is ingenious. I'll have to compare what you report with what I've been seeing in a serp I've been watching, as I describe in this thread below. The display is determined by semantic relationships, and perhaps also by the rules your test illustrates. Check out my several posts in this thread...
Google is now rewriting all my page titles
The display of the meta keywords that Sgt_Kickaxe reports is another twist to all this. Conceivably, the keyword list was the only place where the queried terms were found. (Sgt... is that the case?) We have seen evidence in the past year that Google will go to the meta keywords as a last resort... but I've never considered them as a source for title content. I'm still guessing it was a glitch.