I just signed up for the HubPages Amazon program. I am already an Amazon Associate with Amazon capsules on all my previous hubs (which have been unsuccessful). In order for those hubs to earn via the HubPages Amazon program, do I need to go back and delete those capsules and then reload them or will they earn via the new HubPages Amazon program automatically?
This is correct; you don't need to do anything.
Thank you! That is the answer I was hoping for.
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