How to Build Your Digital Company On Less Than $100 a Month

Part 2: Maintaining Your Company Infrastructure

Joe Procopio
8 min readJun 29, 2023
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It’s never been easier to start and grow a tech company for next to no money. It just takes a little time and a lot of effort — plus a killer business idea and razor-sharp execution.

And a ton of luck. Let’s stay grounded here.

In my last post, I covered the basics — up to and including creating the initial digital presence for your company and your product. That’s the most important decision you’ll make at the outset, and you can start at one of four levels of technical complexity, from least to most:

  1. A simple templated website with a lot of service-to-product “manu-mation.” Think Wordpress.
  2. A robust no-code platform that gives you hooks to other low-code tech solutions. Like Bubble.
  3. A low-code web/mobile hybrid development environment if you need native mobile right out of the gate. I referenced Flutter.
  4. A fully-functional AWS presence, relying on their low-code tools to get started.

Remember, what you build, how you build it, and how far you take it — that’s up to you to figure out.

That said, here’s a tactical overview of which parts of your company operations…



Joe Procopio

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