I'm a web developer from Myanmar (Burma). Google delivers a ccTLD google.com.mm to the people searching from our country.
I have a website which is a single language site (English) and it targets the global audience. I have also Facebook page and Twitter page related to my website. When I search my website using some related keywords in google.com (without .mm), my site including Facebook and Twitter pages are listed in the first SERP. However, when I search it with the same keywords in google.com.mm, I could not entirely find the site.
So far I have learned about Google SEO, there is an option Country Targeting which can be enabled/flagged from Google Webmasters Tool. And I know that it is only for geographic data and it is not suitable for my case.
This setting is only for geographic data. If you're targeting users in different locations—for example, if you have a site in French that you want users in France, Canada, and Mali to read—don't use this tool to set France as a geographic target. A good example of where it would be useful is for a restaurant website: if the restaurant is in Canada, it's probably not of interest to folks in France. But if your content is in French and is of interest to people in multiple countries/regions, it's probably better not to restrict it.
What are the best possible ways to solve this issue to list my site in google.com.mm as well?