I'm trying to make a website about some famous people. There is already a lot of good content on the internet about these people, but it is scattered all around the web. I want to build an informational website which collates links to all the good material of the internet, all in one place.
My website would have an amount of own content, but many pages would include a whole lot of outbound links (linking off to many existing interesting pages on the web. I'd write an amount of text description by each link). My site visitors would read the page and hopefully find out about an interesting page somewhere on the web (they'd then click and leave my site).
I'll keep developing the page(s) with new content (lots more of the best links to external websites). Hopefully some of my site visitors will return for the new and latest.
I'm considering perhaps embedding a person's public feed from Twitter/ Instagram/ YouTube.
I think it would make a useful resource, sort of like a portal, about a person. But the site would have a horribly high amount of outbound links which may not be good....? What do you think from an SEO perspective?