I am always a bit surprised (perhaps pleasantly) when people call and want my advice on their job search. However, my advice generally isn't all that unique, special, insightful, innovative or out of the ordinary. The advice I give is based on what they tell me they aren't doing.
Are you volunteering in an organization using the skills that you would use in your job? Or in an organization related to the work you are looking for?
Do you have a long list (50+) of companies that you could potentially work for (not necessarily companies you have applied to or who are hiring)?
How are you following up with those with whom you have had networking meetings?
Why does the employer think you are interested or not interested in the job?
There are probably other questions I ask too, some more basic than these and others more specific. I guess it sometimes takes someone outside of a situation to be able to offer insight. Where can you go to get this "advice" without paying? Create a stronghold of people you respect and ask for their guidance and help.
It is common for job seekers to believe they are the only one with a particular set of questions or concerns or obstacles. The truth is that there are themes that run through most people's job search issues.
Staying motivated and positive
Trying something different when the search stalls
Taking ownership of the search
These sound so generic and cliche. Sorry. This post from Career Rocketeer has actionable suggestions.