I don't think this title had been drawing in many click throughs, if it ranked.
will be interesting to see how Google handles it.
I'm not sure what we can learn, because it's not likely to get any links relevant to its target keywords.
(In the following, I'm using the actual domain name, as the press has used it so many times that we're not going to skew results. I am trying to avoid exact searches but nevertheless discuss them.
I'm almost seeing results change over a 10 or 15 minute period. At first, when I searched for [voucherdigg], Google asks "Did you mean: voucher digg"... but it didn't rewrite the query and it returned the site as #1.
When I added any of the keywords in the title apart from "voucher" to the query... eg "promotional codes"... the ranking of the site itself dropped slightly, to about #3 or 4.
I'm now seeing another set of results creeping in for the query [voucherdigg], where the results are displayed for the two word query [voucher digg], and I need to correct the search to get results for the query without a word break. For these queries, voucherdigg.com is still ranking #1
But now, with promotion code added to voucherdigg in the query, the site's twitter feed is #1, and other tweet report sites and some apparent mashup sites have pushed the mother site, voucherdigg.com, down to #6.