I think how you have placed the hyperlink is fine.
There are various rules out there for using hyperlinks on a sentence like Vitaly explained.
Personally for me, if the link was to take me to a different page I'd expect the sentence to be constructed so that there is an explanation
(e.g: "Those interested in Arts and Crafts, please Commit to")
followed by the hyperlink.
(e.g: "this stackoverflow proposal!")
But there are cases ofcourse, where this is not applicable.
While it is good practice to avoid making words like "this" or "click here" hyperlinks, it is also equally important, whatever you make into a hyperlink can be recognised as a hyperlink.
You might find these tips suggested by Interaction Design Org useful for your case,
- Keep it blue. Every major application and most websites use blue texts for links, this means blue triggers our automatic understanding
that the text is a link.
- Use nouns (occasionally in conjunction with verbs) as the best links.
- Place links at the end of sentences where possible.
- Be specific about the destination