nomis5 - 1:42 pm on Oct 4, 2012 (gmt 0)
MrSavage, I feel for your position at the moment and your posts are an education indeed.
A couple of positive steps though can be taken. First, wait two weeks and see what the situation is then. Almost certainly, but not definitely, it will be the same.
If nothing has changed, apply to G to have your sites reconsidered for re-inclusion in the G SERPS at the correct level. Who knows, it has worked for some and it just might work for you.
For my two EMDs that have been decimated, that's my plan.
Then, if that doesn't work, use your content elsewhere either through redirects or simply moving the content.
My particular take on the above para will be to create a mobile site with exactly the same content using:
<link rel="alternate" media="only screen and (max-width: 600px)" href="http://www.mysite/pageurl"> on the existing site and:
<link rel="canonical" href="http://mysire/pageurl"> on the new mobile site.
That way the content won't be considered as duplicate and, who knows, it just may take off as a mobile site.
Next, sign yourself up to a G+ profile and use the rel authorship tag to claim ownership of your pages and possibly increase your chances of being listed in the SERPS.
Bottom line is is do something to change the profile of your sites in G's perspective and see if that works.
The very best of luck and think of other ways as well as the above to change how G perceives your sites.