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Your concerns with making the entire address a hyperlink are valid. Another potential issue with that approach is that it would make trying to copy the address more difficult, as users might inadvertently launch the link while just trying to copy the address. Option 2 makes much more sense, and you could be even more concise with a link of, “View in Google ...
Adding a hyperlink divert the user from your app. Better embed the google map on your app instead of adding hyperlink. Or If you only want to add a hyperlink, then add a text saying Locate our property on Google Map and upon clicking that link it should open PopUp to show your google map.
The most user friendly list at the bottom of a blog post, at least for me, is to have no list at all, but a single link titled 'Read this next'. This might need human curation rather than just tag matching, but it means a lot to me. I can only click one article's title at a time, and someone has already done the hard work and chosen that for me? I am sold.
I like DaveAlger's suggestion. Here are two other layout options that might work for you. I think it depends on what kind of content you have.
Use each link as an item separator Separate the links from the descriptions and place them in a vertical list. With proper spacing it should be clear where each item begins and ends without the need for bullet point dots.
Top left on mobile phones is awful. For some reason, it is a standard now in iOS and Android (phones without physical "back"). Though it makes it very awkward to use with one hand. Assuming you use right hand, in order to reach the top left corner with your thumb is a pain, especially on 5+ inch phones. The only logical place for the "back" button is bottom ...
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