It's either one or all of the following: location, price, condition of the home, and marketing?
I recall you posted a question back on 11/19. It appears your listing went Active in the MLS that same day, so your home has been on the market 20 days. Roughly 4 of those days were lost for the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend. We've also had a deep freeze going the last several days and that's not helping.
How many showings are you having on average per day / per week? If you're not getting 8 - 10 showings per week, it's price and/or how your listing appears in the MLS.
I found your MLS # in the previous question you posted here and looked it up. No disrespect, but your photos are definitely not helping and your home does not appear to be in ideal showing condition. The first shot that comes up is your kitchen, not the front shot of your home. It also appears there is something wrong with the wall just above the backsplash tiles in that kitchen shot (drywall damage, wall paper, ??)
The photos are also tall and narrow, and are in general not taken from the best angles. They are also dark. Some are of out focus. They are definitely not professional Hi Res photos. Showing pictures of your furnace and chin-up bar are not helping. Your front shot of the home is not great, and your front yard looks like it needs some TLC.
I would suggest having professional photos taken, and also having a virtual tour done, but frankly it wouldn't be worth the expense unless you greatly improve the showing condition of your home. You may want to consider consulting with a professional home stager. Ask your Realtor if he can refer you to someone. Remember, the lens doesn't lie. You could have the greatest photographer in the world, but if your home is not in ideal showing condition, you'll end up with great photos of a home that is not particularly inviting.
One more thing - ask your Realtor what he thinks. If he makes suggestions on what you need to be doing to improve the showing condition of your home, listen to him and make those changes. If he tells you the market has softened up and you need to reduce the price, ask him to provide an updated CMA so you can review it together. Just like the lens, the numbers do not lie.
Bets of luck to you.