Google Webmaster Tools automatically associated your website with the TLD that you're in. This is nice if the website is targeted towards that country, but its not always the case. In some instances, they're used for vanity, and in some - they're meant for users all around the world.
For instance, I have a
.ky domain - Webmaster automatically targets this to the Cayman Islands. However, it should be unlisted OR United States, but there is no option to override this.
We've done marketing, promotions, and partnerships to gain the majority US inlinks. The other sites (Europe, etc) all rel alternate back to the .ky site as US-en, but still - having issues with US ranking.
Is there any way to override this feature in Google Webmaster Tools? It's quite silly that you cannot edit it for its intended purpose and Google makes this assumption.