In its newly-released financial results, Ancestry.com Inc. reported a 22 percent jump in subscribers in 2011 and a marginal fall in fourth-quarter churn. The company ended the year with 1.7 million paying subscribers, compared with 1.4 million subscribers a year ago. Average monthly churn, a measure of customer attrition, for the fourth quarter fell to 3.8 percent from 3.9 percent last year.
Ancestry.com also said it expects 2012 revenue growth in the mid-to-high teens.
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