The Kardashian-Jenner influence can move mountains, especially when it comes to the online world. 

After Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian criticized changes to Instagram's algorithm, the social media giant 

announced that it would reverse plans to make the platform more like its current biggest competitor: TikTok. 

Insta owned by Meta Platforms, Facebook's parent company, originally proposed to change its algorithm

to include more video content from external accounts, not just a user's circle of friends and followed pages.

The change is likely a result of Meta's pressure to perform well

as Facebook lost users (and the company lost revenue) for the first time this year. "I'm glad we took the risk," Instagram 

chief Adam Mosseri told Platformer. "If we're not failing now and then, we're not thinking big enough or bold enough. 

But we definitely need to take a big step back and regroup.[When] 

we learn a lot, we come back with some kind of new idea or interaction. So we'll work on that."