That looks like a good option! I will try it out but I also wanted to learn new technology and implement a UI, host it and use a database, host it somewhere frugal. I thought AWS free tier would be cheap but i'm not sure where to star with that...
Makes sense. Hubspot would be good for tracking your own business stuff, but by all means make your own! (It'd be a fun challenge to rebuild some of Hubspot's functionality on your own system.)
As far as advice on the building side of things goes, there's a ton of ways you could approach it and technologies you could use. If you don't have a stack picked out, I'd just suggest using whatever you want to learn more about - you could do it using anything from React to Wordpress.
As far as hosting goes, AWS probably has a free tier for the amount of use you'll need, but can be complex to set up. If you could manage to make it function as a static site, there are some free options like Github Pages and Netlify. If you plan on wanting to host more sites that have minimal traffic, you could just get a $5/month Digital Ocean droplet that you could host plenty of stuff on.
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