Unless you know someone in the company who can recommend you, then applying for jobs is often a numbers game. When I moved to my current city, didn’t know anyone but had experience, I applied for more than 60 jobs in 6 weeks, only getting 3 real interviews (most of the job adverts were with recruiters who didn’t actually have jobs, just wanted my details on their database).
I treated it like it was a full time job – I had a plan each day to look through the adverts, had a plan of who I would phone, who I would see, kept records, adjusted my CV to each application. It was hard work and discouraging but I kept going and got there.
Being on the other side – getting 100 or more applications for one simple position, I had to whittle them down to just a couple to shortlist and interview, so I’d throw a CV into the discard pile just because there was a typo or the layout was poor, their location, or anything really. Getting rejected for a job application is most often nothing personal. My advice - review your CV and apply for some more.