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There are several strategies you could take "More"(styled) in the bottom-center right below excerpt. "Read more" or "Continue reading" in the bottom-right. More logical is supposedly "Continue reading".
I believe the read more link should go directly under the paragraph or excerpt shown prior to the full content being shown.
I always try to avoid using a UI widget if there is a way to directly interact with the content. In the case of an article, I would just show the first few lines of the post, with a progressive fading out of them, so the user can directly interact with the full block of faded excerpt, and at the same time provide something interesting to read and click on.
If you consider that users might scan content from left to right in a Z pattern manner, it leads to reason that the reason that the read more link should be at the bottom left as that is an areas users will always see as mentioned in this article User Will Always Look in the Left-Bottom Part of the Pattern The designer can be assured that the ...
Depends on the item you want to provide "More" for... Usually, a block of text (like news, blogs, etc.) and in this case, I'd recommend Right -- sorry :-( since then, "More" can be the last word in the text block, which places it exactly where the user's eyes are. So layout and usability converge (I think). If you are not thinking about text, please ...
I'd look at what a sample of other sites do and 'go with the standard'. My gut reaction would be bottom right.
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