When you interviewed listing agents, did you ask any of the following questions:
How long have you been selling real estate?
Are you a full time or part time agent?
What marketing plan do you have for selling my home?
Do you have your own website? (Look at their site, see how homes are being marketed.)
What specific plans do you have for marketing my home?
What list price do you suggest for my home? What documentation do you have to support that list price?
In general, a marketing plan should include:
1) take at least 20 quality photos of your property, inside and out, that highlight the best features of your home
2) post those photos to various Internet real estate sites (plus social media sites), with a well thought out description of your home that invites buyers to come see your home, not merely list details such as 3 bdrm, 2 baths, etc.
3) set up a virtual tour of your home if it warrants it
4) set up at least one agent/broker open house, plus as least 1 or 2 public open houses if your home warrants it
5) advertise your home in the local newspaper if it's customary in your area
6) direct mailings to your neighborhood regarding your home for sale
7) feedback on showings -- did your agents ask other agents who have shown your home about what the buyers and agent thought of your home? Honest feedback on showing condition and price?
8) answer any buyer or agent inquiries regarding your home for sale quickly, in a helpful manner. You may be surprised at the number of agents that ignore yard sign calls by potential buyers.
Generally a home is sold through a variety of marketing tactics.
Last but not least, is your agent keeping you updated on changes to your local market, what homes are selling and at what prices?
It may be time to have a sit down meeting with your agent to go over your expectations for marketing and aspects where they are not being met. Your agent may not realize you have concerns unless you tell him.