The others have already provided good answers, especially those who've actually pulled your home up in the MLS and given you some very specific advice. Not knowing your market, and not knowing your situation, I can just make an additional observation. If, as they say, you're "right in the ballpark" regarding price, and days on market isn't excessive, it really depends on how quickly you want to sell. If you're highly motivated, drop the price so it's clearly the best value in your area. For instance, if there are other houses now on the market competing with yours at #120,000, $123,000, and $126,000, and yours is priced at $124,000...while that's certainly reasonably priced, it's not standing out. A price of $119,000--something below the nearest competitor--will really stand out and make your house more attractive price-wise.
Make sure your house shows well. And stay in regular contact with your agent regarding suggestions and the feedback from other agents and buyers.
Hope that helps.