2. Apply for roles that are a close fit for you; while it may feel good to apply to many jobs, it is a drain on your time and emotions when those don't pan out.
3. Experiment and explore with lots of jobs, industries, nonprofits/for-profits, etc. Many will tell you to get a steady job with one company in one industry, but that is, more often than not, a recipe for disaster today where it used to be the path to career success.
4. Wow them in the interview. But to do this, you MUST prepare for your interview. Do your homework (check LinkedIn, Google, Industry publications for info on the company, executives, recruiter, hiring manager, etc.
5. Become one with Starbucks. Use coffee as a reason to meet and connect with other professionals; this is an inexpensive and effective way to get to know and (more importantly) be known by others in business.