I'm working on a site that is a ccTLD with a ccSLD. I want it to rank internationally for the keywords it is competing on but I don't have much experience with geo-targeted domains. Since the site is ccTLD with a ccSLD does that mean Google will only think the site is relevant to that country. My fear is that people worldwide won't be able to see the site at all in search results. Would changing the geographic target in the site settings within webmaster tools to "unlisted" make the site geographically agnostic? Or is this tool mainly used for gTLDs that are trying to target specific countries? What do you suggest I do? Thanks in advance!