Fashion website Polyvore published the data as a graph showing all internet searches in relation to the Kardashian family, on Tuesday, Oct. 14. And while interest in Kim spiked over her wedding, and Kendall got a lot of hits for New York Fashion Week, it's Kylie's star that's been in continual ascent for the past two years. And now she's the fan favorite amongst the family's teenage fans.
It's not just internet hits that youngest sister Kylie's got going for her either. According to Business Week, the reality TV star rakes in a huge $5,000 per episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Combined with modeling, magazine shoots, contacts with PacSun and Opi and a newly announced hair extensions line, the stunning teenager's a comfortable millionaire.
She also has a healthy online existence with more than 12 million followers on Instagram, and 7 million on Twitter, where she receives money for posting promotional tweets.
And Polyvore aren’t alone in noticing Kylie's impressive influence. The brunette beauty was listed alongside sister Kendall on Time Magazine's 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014 list which was released on Monday.
Some critics questioned the Jenner sisters' appearance on the list which included Sasha and Malia Obama and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai.
But talk show host Wendy Williams came to the duo's defense on her show yesterday. "They are influential to teens!" Williams said. "Either teen girls want to look like them, or dress like them. They follow them on Instagram. They should be on this list, that's all!"