Related to question How to resolve lengthy hyperlinks? with responsive webdesign in mind... In past practices on desktop, links would span 2 lines where on mobile they would span almost 10 lines! Clients have stressed that the long text links need to include all the verbiage so users know what forms/pages they are looking for.
However I've heard more complaints from customers that they are unable to find the content they are looking for as being overwhelmed by the long links.
I've researched the topic of line lengths for responsive webdesign Web Typography Overview and the source states longer line lengths cause users to double back re-reading content/link/etc.
I've also explored using various colors, margin & font-sizes with little to no success.
Knowing abbreviations are not in the equation (Not sure how to handle on mobile as desktop would use a tooltip to display full text) how would you approach this conflict? Would it be wise to pitch for less lengthy links or keep the links are they are?